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AMERICA'S TRAILS 



A Directory of 
ORGANIZATIONS AND 
MANAGING AGENCIES 

1995 




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A Joint Project of: 
American Hiking Society 

and 

National Park Service 

U.S. Department of the Interior 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

LYRASIS IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/americastrailsdi1995amer 



AMERICA'S TRAILS 



A Directory of 

ORGANIZATIONS 

AND 

MANAGING AGENCIES 

1995 



A JOINT PROJECT OF: 
AMERICAN HIKING SOCIETY 

and 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 



lA American 
if Hiking 
^ Society 



Dear Trail Advocate, 

Everyone is talking about partnerships these days Trail advocates should take 
great pride in knowing they wrote the book on partnerships a long time ago. Think about 
it. What other public resources were built and maintained on the collective shoulders of 
so many volunteers? Roads and railways, to which trails are often compared, certainly 
cannot boast such working commitment from Americans. The process of linking 
communities and natural areas by trails and greenways has itself been an act of building 
partnerships among citizens, public land managers and businesses. In this way, trail 
people showed us years ago what it means to re-invent government. 

Being a good trail partner also means sharing with others similarly engaged in their 
own communities — whether it's sharing a success story, a case study, a fundraising idea, 
or conservation strategy with an advocate working on another trail in another part of the 
country It can even mean just listening or answering a letter of inquiry. However much 
we focus on our own trail projects, and whatever the nature of the conflicts that 
sometimes divide trail enthusiasts, we all can be partners in the effort to connect America 
by trail. 

That's one ofthe ideas behind this directory. We hope you will use it often. And 
we hope you'll give your time to trail advocates who find you through this directory. 
Building a national network of trails means building a stronger network of trail 
organizations, as well. 




Happy trails, 

David Lillard 
AHS President 



P.O. Box 20160 • Washington DC 20041-2160 • Fax 301-565-6714 • Tel 301-565-6704 





IN REPLY REFER TO: 



United States Department of the Interior 



NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 

P.O. Box 37127 

Washington, D.C. 20013-7127 

September 8, 1995 



Dear Trail Enthusiast: 



Each trail each time is a new place, but trails have some things 
in common. They are the lines connecting the dots of human 
experience. All history -- like all politics --is local, and 
trails connect localities. Events linked over space are trails; 
events linked over time are stories. There is no better way to 
experience the life embodied in those stories than to take to a 
trail at the same pace as that of the actors in those stories -- 
to walk, or ride, engaging with the appearance of new landscapes 
at a sufficiently deliberate pace so as to permit that landscape 
to "register" as a photograph registers, but, unlike a photograph 
or a videograph, in all dimensions and engaging all our senses. 

Trails are also places in themselves, attenuated and ever- 
changing, having their own integrity. Many come to mind: the 
Santa Fe Trail, the Grand Portage Trail, the Great Hopewell Road, 
and the Caminos Reals. 

Preserving trails is one aspect of preserving places. Both 
preservation and conservation are traversed by them, because 
trails have history and because they traverse landscapes. 
Trails, made by many feet, are "common ground," easements into 
community. As the very concepts of common ground, of common 
understandings, or community are all under threat today, trails 
help in the defence. They speak of the past and present 
necessity. They speak of one person going to see another, 
symbolizing both reflection and understanding. 

I've been a hiker for 65 years. For me, trails have been the 
primary way of engaging with the earth and with the other species 
with which we share it. I've always liked the idea of walking to 
places -- especially historical places -- and have enjoyed doing 
so from southern Manhattan to the Napali Coast. 

This directory presents many of the groups and agencies which are 
responsible for many of my favorite places strung together, and 
recalls for me a lot of joy outdoors. These places need 
protection. Let's join together, in joy, to protect them. 



Since 





PURPOSE and METHODOLOGY 



THIS 1995 DIRECTORY OF TRAILS ORGANIZATIONS AND MANAGING 
AGENCIES INTENDS TO: 

■ Encourage the involvement and interaction of citizen groups and government 
agencies in trail projects and programs to work toward the goal of "Trails for All 
Americans," a 1990 agenda jointly issued by the federal government and the trails 
community; 

■ Help groups that have common trail interests and goals to connect for a common 
purpose; 

■ Offer a source of contacts for those interested in volunteering to help with 
development, construction and maintenance of trails; 

■ Provide a source of contacts for those individuals and/or citizen groups just 
starting out on their own trails project; 

■ Promote, strengthen, and help unify the trails community nationwide. 



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ABOUT THE LISTINGS: 

The Directory includes organizations concerned with either a single trail or a system of trails in their 
communities, states, regions, or the Nation as a whole. Some are interested in trails as recreation, 
others as transportation, others for the role green ways play in ecosystems, or for health and fitness. 
All share a desire to see trails established and protected. The Appendices list national resources, 
BLM offices, and a variety of international trail groups. 

The editors are unable to list every organization concerned with trails. This is a rapidly growing list 
which has reached more than 10,000 potential entries. We have included organizations with 
national, state and/or regional focus. In compiling the information in this Directory, American Hiking 
Society contacted each citizen organization listed in the American Hiking Society's federally 
assisted trails Interest Group Database, which has been compiled over the last 10 years, asking 
permission to list the organization, verity the existing data, and request additional information. Local 
organizations are included only if they responded to our survey and signified that they wanted to be 
included. 

Inclusion in the Directory does not constitute or imply endorsement by the National Park Service or 
American Hiking Society. Some information has been edited without confirmation by the 
organizations or agencies. The publishers will correct inaccuracies prior to the compilation of the 
next directory. We welcome updates, corrections, and additional organizations for input into the 
revised Directory. A form is provided at the end of this directory for your use in providing updated or 
additional information. Please submit additional listings and corrections to: 

Trail Organization Directory, American Hiking Society, PO Box 20160, Washington, DC 20041-2160. 
Tel: 301-565-6704 Fax:301-666-6714 email: AHEDITOR@aol.com 

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CONTENTS 



Purpose Hi 

Contents Iv 

Acknowledgments vl 

National Organizations 1 

Regional Organizations (multi-state) 6 

State Agencies & Organizations 

Alabama 8 

Alaska 8 

Arizona 10 

Arkansas 11 

California 11 

Colorado 17 

Connecticut 19 

Delaware 20 

District of Columbia 20 

Florida 21 

Georgia 22 

Hawaii 23 

Idaho 23 

Illinois 24 

Indiana 26 

Iowa 27 

Kansas 29 

Kentucky 29 

Louisiana 30 

Maine 30 

Maryland 32 

Massachusetts 33 

Michigan 35 

Minnesota 36 

Mississippi 37 

Missouri 38 



IV 



CONTENTS 



Montana 38 

Nebraska 39 

Nevada 40 

New Hampshire 40 

New Jersey 41 

New Mexico 44 

New York 44 

North Carolina 48 

North Dakota 49 

Ohio 50 

Oklahoma 52 

Oregon 52 

Pennsylvania 53 

Puerto Rico 57 

Rhode Island 57 

South Carolina 58 

South Deikota 58 

Tennessee 59 

Texas 59 

Utah 60 

Vermont 62 

Virginia 63 

Washington 64 

West Virginia 66 

Wisconsin 67 

Wyoming 69 

Appendix A - National Park Service 70 

Appendix B - Bureau of Land Management 85 

Appendix C - USDA National Forests 86 

Appendix D - International Organizations 96 

Index by Individual 97 

Index by Organization 101 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



The 1995 Trails Organization and Managing Agencies Directory was prepared by: 

American Hiking Society, Susan A. Henley, Project Manager 

and 
National Park Service, Steve Elkinton, Project Manager 



The preparers would like to thank the many people involved in the production of the Directory. 
Chuck Kines, Laura Loftus, Jason Crawford, Natalie Lyons, and Matthew Troup, of American Hiking 
Society's staff or interns, spent many hours and much patience in completing this project. 

The staff of the National Park Services Recreation Resources Assistance Division, and selected field 
staff, offered invaluable assistance in reviewing and correcting the final draft. 

Cover Art: Debbie Pittman 



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NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 




America Outdoors 
PO Box 1348 
Knoxville,TN 37901 
202-543-6870 
David Brown 

Adventure Cycling 

150 East Pine -PO Box 8308 

Missoula, MT 59807 

406-721-1776 Fax: 406-721-8754 

Michael McCoy 

Founded: 1974 Members: 40,000 

Inspire individuals to use the bicycle for exploration, 

discovery, and adventure. 

American Cycling Association 

107 Barron Street 
Petal, MS 39465 

American Discovery Trail (ADT) 

1046 Azalea Court 

Virginia Beach, VA 23452 

804-498-7282 Fax: 804-498-7282 

Reese F. Lukei, Jr. National Coordinator 

The ADT is a 6,300-mile coast-to-coast multi-use hiking 

trail that intersects with the Appalachian, North Country, 

Continental Divide and Pacific Crest Trails as well as many 

state, regional and local trails. 

See State Sections of the ADT in: 




Delaware 


Maryland 


West Virginia 


Ohio 


Indiana 


Illinois 


Iowa 


Nd)raska 


Missouri 


Kansas 


Colorado 


Utah 


Nevada 


California. 



American Endurance Ride Conference 

22 Camino De Abajo - Box 146 

Rodarre,NM 87561 

Sharon Dumas 

Founded: 1972 Members: 5,000 

The focus of the organization is to preserve, maintain, 

develop and use trails for equestrians today and in the future. 



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American Hiking Society (AHS) 

PO Box 20160 

Washington, DC 20041-2160 

301-565-6704 Fax: 301-565-6714 

David Lillard, President 

Founded: 1977 Members: 5,000 

AHS is a national organization that promotes hiking and 

works to establish, protect and maintain trails in America. 



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American Historic Trails 

1902 Plyler Mill Road 

Monroe, NC 28112 

704-289-1604 

Richard and Esther Shields 

This groiq) organizes historical hiking excursions on the 

East Coast for individuals, scout groups, history clubs and 

other groups. 

American Horse Council 

1700 K Street, NW, Suite 300 
Washington, DC 20006 
202-296-4031 
Amy Wallop Mann 

American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) 

PO Box 6114 

WesterviUe, OH 43081 

614-891-2425 Fax: 614-891-5012 

Eric Lundquist 

Founded: 1924 Members: 206,000 

The Association pursues, promotes and protects the rights of 

motorcyclists by sponsoring motorcycling events, tracking 

legislative action and working with land management 

agencies. 

American Mountain Foundation 

1520 Alamo Avenue 

Colorado Springs, CO 80907 

719-t71-7736 Fax: 719-633-7046 

Mark Hesse 

Founded: 1982 Members: 500 

The foundation is dedicated to the advancement of 

mountaineering, rockclimbing and other forms of outdoor 

adventure and to the preservation and protection of 

mountains, crags and wilderness areas. 

American Recreation Coalition 

1331 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Suite 726 
Washington, DC 20004 
202-662-7420 Fax: 202-662-7424 

Derrick A. Crandall, President 




NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 



American Running and Fitness Association 

93 10 Old Georgetown Road 

Bethesda,MD 20814 

301-897-0197 

Susan Kalish 

Founded: 1968 Members: 15,000 

This national non-profit educational Association works to 

educate and motivate people to be active. 



American Trails 

PO Box 200787 

Denver, CO 80220 

303-321-6606 Fax: 303-321-3676 

Skye Ridley, Executive Director 

Founded: 1978 Members: 1,000 




AMERICAN 




TRAILS 

American Trails strives to lead the Nation in the creation of 
trail systems for all Americans by fostering communication 
and complementary action. It is the only national forum 
welcoming all types of trail users. 

American Volkssport Association 

1001 Pat Booker Road, Suite 101 
Universal City, TX 78148 

512-659-2112 /Jknencan K >fcssport >tssodtiion 

David Stewart, Executive Director 
Promoting physical fitness and good health by providing 
fim-fiUed, safe exercise in a stress-fi"ee environment is the 
hallmark of volkssporting. 

American Walkers Association 

6221 Robinson Road 
Cincinnati, OH 45213 
Irwin Carroll 

Appalachian Long Distance Hikers 

30 Donna Court 

Merrimack, NH 03054 

603-429-1981 

Ron Keal, Coordinator 

Founded: 1981 Members: 500 

A social, educational, and work group that hosts an annual 

Gathering which includes sharing hiking experiences with 

other hikers and would be long distance hikers. Major focus 

is the Appalachian Trail. 





Appalachian Trail Conference (ATC) 

PO Box 807 

Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 

304-535-6331 Fax:304-535-2667 

David Startzell, Executive Director 

Founded: 1925 Members: 23,000 

The 2, 153 -mile Appalachian Trail is a volunteer-built, 

volunteer-maintained, and volimteer-managed national 

park, the skinniest in the United States and the only one in 

which the overwhelming majority of the field work is done 

by volunteers. The maintaining clubs are listed by state, 

from north to south. 

ATC Member Trail-Maintaining Clubs: 



Maine ATC (ME) 
Appalachian Mountain Club (MA) 
Dartmouth Outing Club (NH) 
Green Mountain Club (VT) 
AMC-Berkshire Chapter (MA) 
AMC-Connecticut Chapter (CT) 
New York-New Jersey Conf. 
Keystone Trails Association (PA) 
Springfield Trails Club (PA) 
Batona Hiking Club - (PA) 
AMC-Delaware Valley Chpt. 
Philadelphia Trail Club (PA) 
Blue Mountain Eagle Climbing 
Allentown Hiking Club (PA) 
Brandywine Valley Outing Club 
Susquehanna AT Club (PA) 
York Hiking Club (PA) 
Wihnington Trail Club (PA) 



Cumberland Valley AT 

Management Association (PA) 
Mountain Club of Maryland (MD) 
Potomac ATC (VA-MD-PA) 
Old Dominion ATC (VA) 
Tidewater ATC (VA) 
Natural Bridge ATC (VA) 
Roanoke ATC (VA) 
Kanawha Trail Club (VA) 
Virginia Tech Outing Club (VA) 
Piedmont Appalachian Trail Hikers 
Mt. Rogers ATC (VA) 
Tennessee Eastman Hiking Club (TN) 
Carolina Mountaui Club (NC) 
Smoky Mountains Hiking Club (NC-TN) 
Natahala Hiking Club (NC) 
Georgia ATC (GA) 



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Backcountry Horsemen of America 

4408 Wible Road 

Bakersfield, CA 93313 

805-832-1150 Fax:805-832-0971 

Mylon Filkins 

Founded: 1985 Members: 8,000 

This national organization works to perpetuate the common 

sense use of recreational stock in the backcountry and 

wilderness. 

Bicycle Federation of America 

1506 21st Street, NW, Suite 200 
Washington, DC 20036 
202-463-6622 Fax: 202-463-6625 

William C. Wilkinson III 

Bicycle U.S.A 
444 W. Third Street 
Dayton, OH 45402-1453 
Garrett McDonough 



NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 



Big City Mountaineers, Inc. 

24 Cathedral Place, Suite 300 

St. Augustine, FL 32084-4428 

Jim Kern, Founder 

Founded: 1990 

This group provides backcountry experiences to 

disadvantaged teens. 

Blue Ribbon Coalition Inc. 

PO Box 5449 

Pocatello, ID 83202 

208-237-1557 Fax: 208-237-1566 

Clark L Collins, Executive Director 

Founded: 1987 Members: 300+ 

Preserving our natural resources for the public instead of 

from the public. 

Continental Divide Trail Society 

3704 N. Charles Street, Suite 601 

Baltimore, MD 21218-2300 

410-235-9610 

James R. Wolf, Executive Director 

Creative Wilderness Experience 

PO Box 46 

Hainesport, NJ 08036 

609-654-0625 

John Anderson 

Founded: 1988 

Creative Wilderness Experience consists of plaimers, 

designers of health plaiming, resource development and 

injury control engineering in outdoor wilderness 

recreation for public and private parks and managers. 

Cycle America 

PO Box 485 

Cannon Falls, MN 55009 

507-263-2665 Fax: 507-263-0873 

Don Haugo 

Founded: 1988 Members: 3,000 

We provide hiking and bicycling tours across America's 

most scenic areas. 





Highpointers Club 

PO Box 327 

Mountain Home, AR 72653 

501-491-5592 

Jack Longacre 

Founded: 1987 Members: 1,030 

Our members aspire to climb the highest points in all 50 

states. 

International Association of Runners and Walkers 

2903 29th Street ^^ 

San Diego, CA 92104-4912 
Dr. Ozzie Gontang, Ph.D. 

International Llama Association 

2755 South Locust Street, Suite 114 

Denver, CO 80222 

303-756-9004 Fax: 303-756-8794 

Sandy Chapman \\} \ X 

Members: 2,250 '^^ (- r\ \tVi 

The Association is dedicated to advancing the well-being 

of llamas and the interests of llama enthusiasts. 

International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) 

PO Box 7578 

Boulder, CO 80306 

Tim Blumenthal 

Founded: 1988 Members: 2,000 

IMBA is dedicated to the promotion of mountain 

bicycling that is environmentally sound and socially 

responsible. 

International Snowmobile Industry Association 

3975 University Drive, Suite 310 

Fairfax, VA 22030 

703-273-9606 

Catherine Ahern 

Founded: 1965 

The Association fosters the growth of both the industry 

and sport of snowmobiling and to promote public 

xmderstanding of the sport as an enjoyable, safe and 

economical form of recreation. 



Equestrian Trails 

13741 Foothill Boulevard, Suite 220 

Sylmar, CA 91342 

818-362-6819 

Holly Carson 

Founded: 1944 Members: 4,000 

Equestrian Trails is dedicated to the acquisition and 

preservation of trails, good horsemanship and equine 

legislation. 



League of American Bicyclists (LAB) 

190 W. Ostend Street, Suite 120 

Baltimore, MD 21230 4106 

410-539-3399 Fax: 410-539-3496 

Gilbert Clark, Executive Director 

Founded: 1880 (as League of American Wheelmen ) 

Members: 32,000 

To protect and defend the rights of bicyclists through 

education and advocacy. 



NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 



Leave No Trace, Inc. 

PO Box 997 

Boulder, CO 80306 

303-442-8222 Fax: 303-444-3284 

Jim Landman, Executive Director 

Founded: 1994 

Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation 

PO Box 3434 

Great Falls, MT 59403 '* 

406-453-7091 Fax: 406-454-5492 

Dr. Bob Gotten, President 

Founded: 1969 Members: 1,475 

To stimulate public interest in matters relating to the Lewis and 

Clark expedition. It is also the citizen support organization for 

the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. 



Motorcycle Industry Council 

1235 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 600 

Arhngton, VA 22202 

703-521-0444 Fax: 703-416-2269 

Ryck Lydecker 

Founded: 1914 




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The Council promotes responsible use of off-highway 
motorcycles and ATVs through its rider support program and 
Rightrider Campaign. 

National Association of State Trail Administrators 

c/o Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation 
1313 Sherman Street, Room 6 IB 
Denver, CO 80203 
303-866-3437 x306 
Stuart Macdonald 

National ATV Owners Association 

280 Horseshoe Trail Road 
Denver, PA 17517 
Chard Miller 

National Cycling Federation 

1750 E. Boulder Street 

Colorado Springs, CO 80909 

719-578-4581 Fax: 719-578-4596 

Jerry Lace, Executive Director 

The Federation promotes the sport of cycling in the US and 

provides services and support to its members. 



National Handicap Sports 

451 Hungerford Road , Suite 100 
Rockville, MD 20850 
Kirk Bauer 



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National Horse Lovers Association 

RD 2 Box 2230 

Wampum, PA 16157 Del Grimm 

National Off-Road Bicycle Association 

1750 E. Boulder 
Colorado Springs, CO 80909 
719-578-4581 Fax: 719-578-4596 

Philip Mi lb urn 

National OHV Conservation Council 

3005 S. 12th Street 

Sheboygan, WI 53081 

414-458-3332 Fax:414-458-3666 

Randy Harden 

Founded: 1992 

The Council strives to create an ongoing communications forum 

through which OHV enthusiasts can share information, 

experiences, educational opportunities, and partners in creating 

a positive image of the sport. 

Native Trails, Inc. 

Box 240 

Waldoboro, ME 04572 
207-832-5255 
A4ike Krepner 

North American Trail Ride Conference 

PO Box 338 

Sedalia, CO 80135 

303-688-2292 Fax: 303-688-2510 

Laurie Butterfield 

Founded: 1961 Members: 2,000 

North Country Trail Association 

3777 Sparks Drive, SB, Suite 105 

Grand Rapids, MI 49546 

616-975-0831 Fax:619-975-0957 

Derek Blount, President 

The Association is the citizen support group for the 3,100 mile 

North Country National Scenic Trail which runs from New 

York to North Dakota. 

Partnership for the National Trails System 

214 N. Henry Street, Suite 203 

Madison, WI 53703 

608-249-7870 Fax: 608-257-3513 

Gary Werner, Chair 

Founded: 1991 

This partnership of support organizations is working to achieve 

adequate funding and administrative authority' and support 

necessary to realizing the full potential of the 19 

Congressionally designated National Scenic and National 

Historic Trails. 




NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 



Rails-to-Trails Conservancy (RTQ 

1400 16th Street, NW, Suite 300 
Washington, DC 20036 
202-797-5400 Fax:202-797-5411 

David Bunvell, Preident 
Founded: 1986 Members: 60,000 




RAILS 

TRAILS 



CONSERVANCY 

The mission of the Conservancy is to enhance America's 
communities and countryside by converting thousands of 
miles of abandoned rail corridors, and connecting open 
space, into a nationwide network of public trails. 

RTC has chapters in the following states: 



Florida 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania 



Illinois 

Ohio 

Washington. 



Road Runners Club of America 

1150 S. Washington Street, Suite 250 

Alexandria, VA 22314 

703-836-0558 Fax: 703-836-4430 

Henley Gibble 

Founded: 1958 Members: 160,000 

The organization is dedicated to promoting long distance 

ruiming as a competitive sport and as healthful exercise. 

Sierra Club - Outings Department 

730 Polk Street 

San Francisco, CA 94109 

415-923-5630 

Founded: 1892 Members: 500,000 

The Outings Department of the Sierra Club seeks to bring 

people to the wilderness for fim and education regarding 

conservation issues. 

Specialty Vehicle Institute of America 

1235 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 600 

Arlington, VA 22202 

703-416-0444 Fax: 703-416-2269 

Ryck Lydecker 

The Institute promotes responsible use of ATVs through 

its rider support program and rightrider campaign. 

The Conservation Fund 

1800 North Kent Street, Suite 1120 

Arlington, VA 22201 

703-525-6300 Fax: 703-525-4610 

EdMcMahon, Director of American Greenways 

Founded: 1986 

The Conservation Fimd was established to purchase and 

protect land for greenways, parks, wildlife refuges and 

historic sites. The greenways program provides small 

grants, information and technical assistance to trail 

organizations. 



Transcontinental Trail Association 

5520 Woodlawn Avenue N. 

SeatUe, WA 98103 

206-632-1199 Fax:206-633-2429 

Fred Wert 

Founded: 1990 

The Association is planning to build a non-motorized loop 

trail across the northern part of the U.S. and the southern 

part of Canada. 

Tread Lightly 

298 24th Street, Suite 325-C 

Ogden, UT 84401 

801-627-0077 Fax: 801-621-8633 

Lori McNeely 

Founded: 1990 Members: 3,000 

Tread Lightly is dedicated to protect public and private 

lands through education. 




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REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 




NEW ENGLAND 

Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) 

5 Joy Street 

Boston, MA 02108 

617-523-0636 

Founded: 1876 Members: 62,000 

Andrew Falander, Executive Director 

AMC is one of the oldest and largest trail organizations in the 

nation. Land preservation and environmental advocacy are 

their major concerns. AMC also organizes events in all types 

of non-motorized trail activities, including canoeing. The 

Club also has an extensive volunteer work service program 

and owns and operates an extensive hut system along the 

Appalachian Trail in the White Mountains. 

New England 4-Wheelcrs Club, Inc. 

12 B Mendon Street 
Hopedale, MA 01747 
508-478-1608 
Richard Banfield 



EAST 

East Coast Greenway Coalition 

481 Post Road 

Wakefield, RI 02879 

401/789-1706 Fax: 401/789-1706 

Karen Votava 

The Coalition is working to link together a chain of trails and 

greenways for multi-purpose use from Boston to Florida. 

Overmountain Victory Trail Association 

PO Box 632 

Manassas Park, VA 22111 

703-368-9577 

Bob Sweeny, President 

This support organization for the Overmoimtain Victory 

National Historic Trail organizes a reenactment each year on 

the 220 mile route starting at Abington, Virginia, crossing 

Eastern Tennessee, over the mountains of North Carolina and 

ending at Kings Mountain, South Carolina. 




New England Mountain Bike Association 

69 Spring Street 
Cambridge, MA 02141 
617-497-6891 
Heidi Da\'is 

New England Trails Conference 

33 KnoUwood Drive 

East Longmeadow, MA 01028 

413-525-7052 

Forrest E. House 

The Conference's interests are in hiking, trail construction, 

maintenance and conservation. 

New England Trail Riders 

Box 478 

Ellington, CT 06029 

208-875-5757 

Southern New England Trails Conference (SNETC) 

PO Box 730 

Millville, MA 01529 

508-883-3725 Fax: 508-879-1059 

Founded: 1977 

SNETC supports the principle of multiple use as an equitable 

means of land management that benefits the broadest possible 

range of users. 



MIDWEST 

Illinois-Missouri Trails Coalition 

1306 St. Louis Street 
Edwardsville, IL 62025 
George Arnold 

Midwest Bike Association 

2509 Pearl Court, SE 
Rochester, MN 55904 
507-282-8274 
Ron Moffitt 

Midwest Trail Rider Association 

1137 Gravois 
Fenton, MO 63026 
AlHejlek 

Minnesota - Wisconsin 
Boundary Area Commission 

619 Second Street 

Hudson, Wl 54016 

715-386-9444 

The mission is to do research and make recommendations to 

our sponsor states about the protection, use, and development 

of Mississippi and St. Croix River Valleys. 



REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 




Sierra Club 
Midwest Office 

214 N. Henry Street, Suite 203 

Madison, WI 53703 

Brett Halsey 

The Club's purpose is to protect the wild places of the earth; 

practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's 

ecosystems and resources; educate and enlist humanity to 

protect and restore the quality of natural and human 

environment; and use all lawful means to carry out these 

objectives. 

Mormon Trail Association 

201 1 E. Bryan Avenue 

Salt Lake City, UT 84108 

801-280-1811 

Mike London, President 

The Organization coordinates volunteer support for the 

Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail. 

National Pony Express Association 

440 Gamer Lake Road 

Gillette, WY 82716 

916-456-7404 

Wendall Overfield, President 

Founded: 1990 Members: 400+ 

To mark, map, interpret and publish information on the Pony 

Express route and its history. 

Oregon California Trail Association (OCTA) 

PO Box 1019 

Independence, MO 6405 1-0519 

816-252-2276 

Jackie Lewin, President 

OCTA, the Nation's largest historic trail organization, seeks 

to preserve the remnants of several westward migration trails 

through education, research, and volunteer activities. 



Santa Fe Trail Association 

c/o Santa Fe Trail Center 

RR3 

Lamed, KS 67550 

316-285-2054 

Trail of Tears Association 

PO Box 2069 
Cherokee, NC 28719 






ROCKY MOUNTAIN 

Continental Divide Trail Alliance 

PO Box 628 

Pine. CO 80470 

303-838-3760 Fax: 303-275-5366 

Bruce & Paula Ward 

Nez Perce National Historic Trail Foundation 

PO Box 20197 
Missoula, MT 59801 

406-728-7649 /s^^^^^^^^ 

Steve Russell, President 




Sierra Club 

Rocky Mountain Chapter 

777 Grant Street, Suite 606 

Denver, CO 80203 

303-861-8819 

The Club's purpose is to protect the wild places of the earth; 

practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's 

ecosystems and resources; educate and enlist humanity to 

protect and restore the quality of natural and human 

enviromnent; and use all lawful means to carry out these 

objectives. 

WEST 

Desert Trail Association 

PO Box 34 
Madras, OR 97741 
503-281-8891 

Great Western Trail Association 

325 25th Street 
Ogden, UT 84401-2310 
801-625-5774 Fax: 801-625-5170 

Pacific Crest Trail Association (PCTA) 

5323 Elkhom Boulevard, Suite 256 

Sacramento, CA 95842 

800-817-2243 

Dr. Ben York, President 

PCTA offers information and volunteer support for the 

Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail in Washington, Oregon, 

and California. 

Western States Trail Foundation 

PO Box 4091 
Aubum, CA 95604 
Joan Dowis 





ALABAMA - ALASKA 



ALABAMA 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Alabama Appalachian Association 

609 S. 4th Street 
Gadsden, AL 35901 
Danny Crownover 

Sierra Club - Alabama Chapter 

1330 21st Way S., Suite 110 

Birmingham, AL 35205-3904 

205-933-9269 Fax: 205-939-1020 

Sheila Holbrook-White 

Founded: 1892 Members: 3,500 

The chapter has been and continues to be a "trailblazer" 

for wilderness areas through its statewide efforts, as well 

as on the local group level. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Anniston Outdoor Association 

PC Box 670 
Anniston, AL 36202 
Keith Hudson 

Birmingham Urban Mountain Pedalers 

PC Box 590061 

Birmingham, AL 35259 

205-879-8373 

Kenneth Hester 

Founded: 1988 

Promotes the safe and responsible use of mountain bikes 

and promotes additional trail access where appropriate. 

Lower Appalachian Mountain Club 

PO Box 380621 

Birmingham, AL 35238 

205-991-7609 

E. Lee Trinkle, President 

Vulcan Trail Association 

PO Box 19116 
Birmingham, AL 35219 
205-991-7762 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Alabama Economic and Community AfTairs 

PO Box 5690 
Montgomery, AL 36103 
334-242-5483 Fax: 334-242-3381 

Jon Strickland, State Trails Coordinator 



Alabama Bureau of Urban Planning 

1409 Coliseum Boulevard 

Montgomery, AL 36130 

205-242-6089 

William Couch, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 

ALASKA 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Alaska Dog Mushers Association 

Box 662 

Fairbanks, AK 99707 

Alaskan Sled Dog and Racing Association 

1 1525 Old Glenn Highway 

Eagle River, AK 99577 

907-694-9665 Fax: 907-694-9024 

Susan Wagnon 

Founded: 1949 Members: 250 

The organization is dedicated to preserving and 

promoting open class speed racing. 

Alaska Snowmobile Association 

PO Box 210427 

Anchorage, AK 99521-0427 

907-688-9667 

Glenda Smith, President 

Founded: 1986 Membership: 1,650 

Challenge Alaska 

PO Box 110065 

Anchorage, AK 99511-0065 

907-563-2658 

Patrick Reinhart, Executive Director 

Challenge provides recreation to people with disabilities. 



Iditarod Trail Committee 

PO Box 870800 

Wasilla, AK 99687 

907-373-6998 

Stan Hooley, Executive Director 



LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Anchorage Snowmobile Club Inc. 

PO Box 232196 

Anchorage, AK 99523 

907-566-0272 Fax: 907-243-2917 

Founded: 1992 Members: 517 

A family-oriented Club, promoting reasonable access to 

municipal public lands, safety education, public service, 

and fiin rides. 




ALASKA 




Alaska Trails and Greenway Coalition 

1553 H Street 

Anchorage, AK 99501 

907-277-8735 

Ron Crenshaw, President 

Founded: 1994 Membership: 200 

The Coalition promotes development of trails, appropriate 

use, and year round maintenance for all modes and abilities. 

Chugiak Dog Mushers Association 

PO Box 671523 

Chugiak, AK 99567 

907-688-2610 Fax: 907-688-6512 

Dixie Waddell 

Founded: 1950 Members: 150+ 

The organization promotes the sport of dog mushing with 

emphasis on care, training, education, and careful breeding. 

Dalton Trail Sled Dog Association 

Box 826 

Haines, AK 99827 

907-766-3242 

Founded: 1990 

The Association promotes proper care of sled dogs and 

organizes local races. 

Haines Ski and Hiking Club 

PO Box 491, Haines, AK 99827 

907-766-2876 Fax: 907-766-2876 

Dan Egolf 

Founded: 1965 

The Club promotes and sponsors safe enjoyable backcountry 

skiing, snowboarding and non motorized wilderness travel in 

Alaska and British Columbia. 



Mat-Su Trails Council 

PO Box 2356, Palmer, AK 99645 

907-745-2554 Fax: 907-745-9825 

Founded: 1991 

The Council is dedicated to the preservation, conservation 

and dedication of trails and public right of ways in all 

regions in Alaska. 

Mountaineering Club of Alaska 

PO Box 102037 
Anchorage, AK 99510 
907-243-6521 
Mark Miller, President 

Taku Conservation Society 

1700 Branta Road 

Juneau, AK 99801 

907-789-7540 

Mary Lou King, President 

The Society works to establish and upgrade local trails and 

public use cabins. It also lobbies for good land use planning 

and other environmental issues. 

Trail Mix, Inc. 

PO Box 21 1414 

Auk Bay, AK 99821-1414 

907-586-6271 

Bill Chisham, President 

Trail Mix is a non-profit organization of volunteers working 

in partnership with govermnent agencies responsible for 

building and maintaining Juneau area public trails. 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 



Iditarod Trail Blazers 

Box 1923 

Seward, AK 99644 
907-224-3518 
Dan Seavey, Chair 

Kachemak Heritage Land Trust 

PO Box 2400 

Homer, AK 99603 

907-235-5263 Fax: 907-235-2986 

Richard Purington 

Founded: 1989 Members: 340 

The Trust was founded to preserve the wildlife, open space, 

cultural, recreational and scenic values of the Kenai 

Peninsula through the acquisition of land and conservation 

easements. 



Alaska Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation 

PO Box 107001 
Anchorage, AK 99510-7001 
907-762-2613 Fax: 907-762-2535 

Ron Crenshaw, State Trails Coordinator 

Alaska Department of Transportation 

3131 Channel Drive 
Juneau, AK 99811-7898 
907-465-6975 Fax: 907-465-2460 




ARIZONA 



ARIZONA 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Arizona Motorcycle Dealers Association 

6717 E. McDowell 

Scotsdale, AZ 85257 

602-994-8400 Fax: 602-949-8024 

Don Drake 

Founded: 1978 

Promotes motorcycling as a safe, fun recreation throughout 

Arizona. 

Arizona Off-Highway Vehicle Association 

9430 E. Golf Links, Suite 230 

Tucson, AZ 85730-1337 

602-296-3993 

George Wysopal 

Founded: 1990 Members: 150 

The Association presents timely information to the members 

of political or recreational significance relating to OHV 

activities. 

Arizona State Horesmen's Association 

29210 N. 64th Street 
Phoenix, AZ 85331 
Jean Anderson 

Arizona Trail Association 

PO Box 36736 

Phoenix, AZ 85067 

602-252-4794 

Van Hancock, President 

Founded: 1993 Members: 250 

Greater Arizona Bicycling Association 

PO Box 43273 
Tucson, AZ 85733 
Gil Russell 

Mountain Bike Association of Arizona 

PO Box 32728 
Phoenix, AZ 85064 
602-244-1441 
Gary Kuhstoss 



LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 



Central Arizona Backpackers 

1402 W Cheyenne Drive 
Chandler, AZ 85224 
602-396-1266 



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Green Valley Hiking Club 

PO Box 1074 

Green Valley, AZ 85622 

602-625-2573 

Huachuca Hiking Club 

3629 E. Ojibwa 

Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 

602-458-4100 Ed Dvorak 

Founded: 1973 Members: 51 

The Club schedules local hikes and also lends a helping 

hand to the Forest Rangers. They have an Adopt-A-Trail 

program and are very active in the Arizona Trail. 

Pima Trails Association 

PO Box 41358 

Tucson, AZ 85717 

602-577-7919 Fax: 602-290-0969 

Deborah Suppes 

Founded: 1987 Members: 300 

The Association helps protect and preserve trails in Pima 

County. 

Red Rock Pathways 

50 Yucca Street 

Sedona, AZ 86351 

This non-profit lobbying organization is committed to 

building transportational and recreational pathway corridors 

around Sedona, Arizona. 

Sierra Club - Grand Canyon Chapter 

516 E.Portland Street 

Phoenix, AZ 85004 

602-253-8633 

Members: 9,000+ 

Grand Canyon Chapter strives to explore, enjoy, and protect 

the wild places of the earth. 

Skyliner Hiking Club 

1680 Rainbow Road 

Cottonwood, AZ 86326 

602-634-7633 Lynne Tingley 

Founded: 1988 

The Club supplies a way for people to relax and learn about 

flora and faima. 

Tucson Orienteering Club 

PO Box 13012 

Tucson, AZ 85732 

520-571-1155 

Founded: 1984 Members: 100 

The Club promotes the sport of orienteering with regular 

meets, training exercises and map development. 



ARIZONA -ARKANSAS - CALIFORNIA 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Arizona State Parks 

1300 W. Washington 

Phoenix, AZ 85007 

602-542-4662 Fax: 602-542-4180 

Pam Gluck, State Trails Coordinator 

Arizona Department of Transportation 

206 South 17th Avenue, Suite 340B 
Phoenix, AZ 85007 
602-255-8010 Fax: 602-256-7563 

Steve Hancock, Bicycle Coordinator 




ARKANSAS 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Arkansas Trails Council 

Rt 3 Box 220 

Mena, AR 71953 

501-394-2382 Fax: 501-394-2389 

Thomas Ferguson 

Arkansas Trail Riders Association Inc. 

2521 Lorance Drive 

Little Rock, AR 72206 

501-888-4876 

Trudy Kincade 

Founded: 1982 Members: 100 

These trail riders work to preserve, maintain and establish 

trails and campgrotmds for equestrians. 

Ozark Society, Inc. 

c/o Ritchie 
1509 Old Forge 
Little Rock, AR 72207 
501-682-4915 



Ozark Highlands Trail Association 

411 Patricia Lane 

Fayetteville, AR 72703 

501-442-2799 

Tim Ernst, President 

This Association has developed the Ozark Highland Trail in 

northwest Arkansas. Currently they perform regular 

maintenance to preserve the Trail. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Arkansas State Parks 

One Capital Mall 
LittieRock, AR 72201 
501-682-1301 Fax: 501-682 -1364 

Kenneth Eastin, State Trails Coordinator 

Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department 

PO Box 2261 

Littie Rock, AR 72203 

501-569-2115 Fax:501-569-2476 

Steve Weston, Bicycle Coordinator 







CALIFORNIA 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail -California Section 

66 Loma Vista Drive 

Orinda, CA 94563 

510-254-7341 Fax: 510-254-1521 

John Fazel, State ADT Coordinator 

Amigos de Anza 

1350 Castle Rock Road 

Walnut Creek, CA 94598 

510-926-1081 

Gary Cartwright, Coordinator 

The Amigos support protection and development of the Juan 

Bautista De Anza National Historic Trail. 



LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Northeast Arkansas Striders 

120 N. 2nd Street 

Paragould, AR 72450 

501-236-6972 Fax: 501-236-3528 

Ethan Busby 

Promotes physical fitness in northeast Arkansas and 

southeast Missouri. 



Backcountry Horsemen of California 

PO Box 520 

Springville, CA 93265 

209-539-3394 Fax: 209-539-2328 

Charles Morgan 

Founded: 1981 Members: 2,500 

These horsemen are dedicated to gentle use of California 

trails and backcountry. 



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California State Horsemen's Association 

6456 Frank Avenue 
MiraLoma,CA 91752 
Mary Turner-Sharp 

California Trails Foundation 

PO Box 1029 

San Juan Capistrano, CA 92693 

714^93^222 Use Byrnes 

Concerned Off Road Bicyclists Association 

26039 Mulholland Highway 
Calabasas, CA 91302 
Peter Neumann 

California Association Bicycling Organization 

2601 E. Victoria Street, Suite 344 

Rancho Doming, C A 90220 

3 10-639-9348 Ruth E. Barnes 

Founded: 1972 Members: 75 

The Organization fosters and promotes a favorable 

climate for bicycling in California. 

California Recreational Trails Committee 

6055 McNeely Way 

Orangevale, CA 95662 

916-653-8803 Charlie Willard 

Founded: 1968 

The Committee is appointed by the Governor to advise the 

Department of Recreation on all types of trail matters. 

Coastwalk 

1389 Cooper Road 

Sebastopol, CA 95472 

707-829-6689 

Richard Nichols 

Founded: 1983 Members: 300 

Educates citizens and public officials about coastal 

conservation and advocates for a continuous California 

Coastal Trail (CCT). 

Heritage Trails Fund 

5301 Pine Hollow Road 

Concord, CA 94521 

510-672-5072 Fax:510-943-7431 

George H. Cardinet, Jr, Executive Director 

Sierra Club - Nevada Group 

PO Box 1042 

Nevada City, CA 95959 

916-587-1149 

Conservation Committee 

Founded: 1982 Members: 1,300 



LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Backpack Section Loma Prieta Chapter Sierra Club 

3921 E.Bayshore Road 

Palo Alto, CA 94303 

415-949-0838 Joann S. Cobb 

Founded: 1956 Members: 150 

This section explores California wilderness and scenic 

areas on trips ranging from weekends to a couple of weeks 

in duration, whatever the season. 

Bay Area Ridge Trail Council 

311 California Street, Suite 510 

San Francisco, CA 94104 

415-391-0697 Fax: 415-391-2649 

Barbara Rice, Executive Director 

Founded: 1987 Members: 5,000 

The Council coordinates the development of a ridgeline 

trail surrounding San Francisco Bay that coimects the Bay 

Area's parks and open spaces. 

San Francisco Bay Trail 

PO Box 2050 

Oakland, CA 94604 

510-464-7935 Fax: 510-464-7970 

Jill Keimach 

Founded: 1989 Members: 4,000 

The group is working to develop a 400 mile regional 

network of hiking and bicycling trails designed to provide 

a unique and wonderful opportunity for people to learn 

about the Bay. 



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Berkeley Hiking Club 

Box 147 

Berkeley, CA 94701 

415-843-5738 

Calabasas Posse 

27050 Agoura Road 

Agoura, CA 91301 

818-878-1808 Fax: 818-880-5209 

Tom McGee 

Founded: 1933 

The mounted Posse enforces state laws and local 

ordinances within its jurisdiction. 

Clear Lake Horsemans Association 

2154 Scotts Valley Road 

Lakeport, CA 95453 

707-263-4667 

Patty Patten 

Founded: 1946 Members: 95 

The Association's basic interests are in trail riding. 



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Coachella Valley Trails Council 

PO Box 4063 

Palm Springs, CA 92262 

BillHHlman 

Colusa County Trails Council 

PO Box 767 
Colusa, CA 95932 
916-458-4069 
Rosemary Hicks 
Founded: 1978 

Desert Riders 

2787 Plaimor 

Palm Springs, CA 92262 

619-327-9349 Fax: 619-325-4675 

Frank M. Bogert 

Founded: 1930 Members: 246 

Desert Riders started in 1930 as a horse back riding group 

with rides every Tuesday. We have built 265 miles of 

trails in all the canyons in our area. 



East Bay Area Trails Council 

PO Box 5381 
Oakland, CA 94605 
510-635-0135, Trail Coordinator 
Peter Bluhon, President 
Members: 200 




Fax: 510-569-1417 



East Bay Bicycle Coalition 

PO Box 1736 

Oakland, CA 94604 

Robert Raburn 

Founded: 1972 Members: 300 

The Coalition is a bicycle advocate in Alameda and 

Contra Costa Counties; promoting bicycling as an 

everyday means of recreation and transportation. 

Equestrian Trails, Inc. - Corral 63 

PO Box 787 
Agoura, CA 91376 
Grant Gerson 

Glendora Trails Committee 

116 E. Foothill, Bl 

Glendora, CA 91741 

Dee Hupp Founded: 1983 

The Committee works with developers, city govenunent 

and the public to develop and maintain trails in 

wilderness areas. 



Hayward Hiking Club 

PO Box 367 
Hayward, CA 94543 
415-582-0942 

Hermosa Valley Greenbelt 
Community Resources Development 

710 Pier Avenue 
Hermosa Beach, CA 90254 
310-318-0280 Fax:310-372-6186 

High Sierra Stock Users Association 

1102 N. Chinowth Street 

Visalia, CA 93291 

209-733-5770 Fax: 209-733-4922 

Founded: 1983 

The Association protects the right of stock users to use 

public lands for recreation where there is a historical basis 

for that use. 

Jamul Trails Council, Inc. 

PO Box 551 

Jamul, CA 91935 

619-669-1406 

KathyHolcomb Founded: 1990 

The Council builds and maintains an interconnecting 

recreational trail system in Jamul, linking up to county 

regional trails and neighboring conununity trails. They 

also educate trail users. 

JPL Trailbuilders 

1764 Craig Avenue 

Altadena, CA 91001 

818-798-7256 Bill andKathie Reilly 

Founded: 1981 

Works to build and restore trails in the Arroyo Seco 

District of the Angeles National Forest in Southern 

California. 

La Canada Flint Ridge Trail Council 

P. O. Box 852 

La Canada-Flint, CA 91012 

818-790-2679 

Lafayette Trails Subcommittee 

500 St. Mary Road 

Lafayette, CA 94549 

510-284-2232 

Jennifer Russell 

The Subcommittee guides efforts to secure trail easements 

according to the city's master plan, run the volunteer trail 

maintenance program, organizes weekend hikes and 

supports other recreation programs and activities. 



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Laguna Mountain Volunteer Association 

3348 Alpine Boulevard 

Alpine, CA 92110 

619-561-9965 

BillKahn 

Founded: 1985 Members: 254 

The Association is dedicated to assisting the Descanso 

Ranger District of Cleveland National Forest and to serving 

the public to whom the Forest belongs. 

Los Angeles Wheelmen 

2212 Chamwood Avenue 

Alhambra, CA 91803 

213-225-2856 

HalMunn 

Founded: 1945 Members: 500 

The Wheelmen advocate improved facilities for cyclists. 

Malibu Trails Association 

28394 Rey de Copas 
Malibu, CA 90265 
Susan Heeley 

Mt Shasta Sno-Mobilers 

PO Box 341 

Mount Shasta, CA 96067 

916-926-4073 

Theresa Newby 

Founded: 1972 

Northern San Diego County Regional Trails 
c/o City San Marcos 

3 Civic Center Drive 

San Marcos, CA 92069 

619-744-9000 Fax: 619-752-1328 

Craig Sargent-Beach 

Founded: 1992 

Eleven agencies in North San Diego County have joined 

together with a memorandum of understanding for 

interagency trail coordination. 

Orange County Recreation Trails Committee 

25901 Rich Springs Circle 

Laguna Hills, CA 92653 

714-643-0396 Fax: 714-362-9753 

Marlene Sandler 

Founded: 1989 

The committee is pushing Orange County officials to 

complete the Orange County master plan of riding and 

hiking trails, which consists of approximately 3,000 miles of 

trails. 



Oroville Bicycle Advisory Board 

179 Almond AvenueOroville, CA 95966 

919-675-2462 

Mike Heath 

Founded: 1992 

The Advisory Board promotes bicycling and hiking in 

southern Butte County, California and works on developing 

a network of trail systems, river parkways, and user 

facilities. 

Pass Trails Association 

40225 Dutton 

Cherry Valley, CA 92223 

909-845-8896 Fax: 909-845-9557 

Dave Andrews 

Founded: 1991 Members: 192 

The Association is devoted to developing and building 

inter-linking trails. 

Pebble Beach Riding and Trails Association 

PO Box 1019 

Pebble Beach, CA 93953 

408-624-9113 Fax:408-649-4282 

Placer Bikeways and Trails 

7589 Ridge Road 
Newcastle, CA 95658 
Jim Haaaen-Smith 

Ramon a Trail Club 

2433 Duraznitos Road 

Ramona, CA 92065 

619-789-1716 Fax: 619-789-3717 

John Degenfelder 

Members: 125 

The Club is dedicated to the preservation of existing and the 

establishment of new hiking opportunities. 

Ramona Trails Association 

PO Box 2136 

Ramona, CA 92065 

Members: 100 

The Association is dedicated to establishing and preserving 

hiking, mountain biking and equestrian trails in the area. 

Ramona Arabian Horse Association 

PO Box 215, 

Ramona, CA 92065 

619-561-2624 Fax: 619-260-4630 

Vicki Coscia 

The group promotes the Arabian horse and sponsor 

equestrian events. 



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Rim Riders 

1024 JF 321 

Modesto, CA 95354 

209-577-3042 Fax: 209-577-6173 

Jim Palmer 

Founded: 1978 

The Rim Riders mission is to travel ever>' road trail open to 

bicycles in northern California and beyond. 

ROMP 

PO Box 1723 

Campbell, CA 95009-9348 

408-298-1112 

Berry Stevens 

Fomided: 1982 Members: 150 

The purpose of ROMP is to gain access to public lands for 

mountain cyclists by cooperating with and educating land 

managers and other users, to promote multiple use of lands and 

encourage trail maintenance. 

Sacramento Bicycle Hikers 

PO Box 13066 

Sacramento, CA 95813 

916-922-9744 

Founded: 1968 Members: 600 

The Bicycle Hikers work to provide recreational cycling 

opportunities in the Sacramento area. 

Sacramento Wheelmen 

PO Box 19817 

Sacramento, C A 95819 817 

Founded: 1974 Members: 450 

The Wheelmen organizes community supported activities, daily 

rides, and weekend trips. They also promote bicycle safety, 

paths, lanes, commuting and helmets for children. 

San Gabriel Mountains Trail Builders 

11216 Tujunga Canyon Road 

Tujunga, CA 92042 

818-352-9611 

Charles Jones 

Founded: 1984 Members: 150 

The Trail Builders help with the plaiming, construction and 

maintenance of hiking trails in the Angeles National Forest and 

adjacent public lands. 

San Diego County Trails Council, Inc. 

PO Box 2727 

ElCajon, CA 92021 

619-563-5025 Fax: 619-561-8127 

Maryanne Vancio 

Founded: 1973 



The Council promotes the acquisition, construction, preservation 
and maintenance of a countywide system of non-motorized, 
multi-use regional and community trails. 

Santa Cruz County Cycling Club 

PO Box 8342 

Santa Cruz, CA 95061-8342 
408-423-0829 Robert Leibold 
Members: 200 

Santa Cruz Mountains Trail Association 

POBox 1141 

Los Altos, CA 94023-1141 

Claude A. Look 

Santa Monica Mountains Trail Council 

24735 MulhoUand Highway 

Calabasas, CA 91302 

818-222-4531 Ted DePass 

Founded: 1972 Members: 150 

Dedicated to establishing a non-motorized trail system 

throughout the Santa Monica Mountains and connecting this to 

adjacent trail systems. 

Santa Clara Valley Horsemen's Association 

20508 Henwood 

San Jose, C A 95120 

Janice Frazier 

Founded: 1941 Members: 180 

Promotes good fellowship between horsemen and a greater 

understanding of horses. 

Sierra Adventures 

c/o Inyo County Tobacco Program 
207A W. South Street 
Bishop, CA 93514 

Sierra Club - Redwood Chapter 

610 Willrush Street 

Santa Rosa, CA 95401 

707-546-6308 Carol Vellutini 

Founded: 1892 Members: 5,000 

The Redwood Chapter endeavors to study and preserve natural 

resources and biological diversity, to create park lands, to 

monitor environmental conditions and to study energy, pollution 

and toxic waste issues. 

Sierra Club - San Diego Chapter 

3820 Ray Street 

San Diego, CA 92104 

619-299-1743 Fax: 619-299-1744 

Founded: 1892 Members: 13,000 



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Sierra Club - Santa Ana Mountains Chapter 

2783 Mendoza Drive 

Costa Mesa, CA 92626 

Ken Croker 

Founded: 1892 

This is one of three trail building groups in the Angeles 

Chapter of the Sierra Club. Our project is a cooperative one 

with the Cleveland National Forest. 

Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition 

PO Box 831 

Cupertino, CA 95015 831 

415-965-8456 

Bill Michel 

Founded: 1970 Members: 350 

The Coalition encourages the use of bicycles for 

transportation, and to influence local governments to make 

roads safe for bicycles. 

Tahoe Rim Trail Fund, Inc. 

PO Box 4647 

Stateline,NV 89449 

702-588-0686 

Lynda McDowell, Executive Director 

The organization coordinates backcountry trail loop along 

crests surrounding Lake Tahoe. 

The Rancho Simi Trailblazers 

1692 Sycamore Drive 

Simi Valley, CA 93065 

805-584-4400 

Sharon Hamilton 

Founded: 1993 

Committed to the care and protection of our natural 

environment for the enjoyment of all through the 

maintenance, development and improvement of our local 

trail system. 

Trail Center 

3921 E. Bayshore Road, Suite 205 A 

Palo Alto, CA 94303 

415-968-7065 Fax: 415-962-8234 

Joan Schwan 

Founded: 1987 Members: 750 

The Center is committed to providing and promoting quality, 

environmentally appropriate trail opportunities and to 

encouraging land stewardship through volunteer programs. 

Trancas Riders and Ropers 

PO Box 686 
Malibu, CA 90265 
Rod Bergen 



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Truckee River Bicycle Trail-Parks and Recreation 

POBox 33 

Tahoe City, CA 95730 

Sandy Coambs 

Valley Spokesmen 

PO Box 2630 

Dublin, CA 94568 

510-828-5299 

Bonnie Power 

Founded: 1971 Members: 800 

Valley Spokesmen is a touring organization providing 

opportunity for members to experience bicycle touring, 

racing, and mountain biking. 

Western States Endurance Run 

380 Hayes Street 

San Francisco, CA 94102 

415-861-1401 Fax: 415-861-1822 

Tony Rossmann 

The organization works to preserve and enhance the Western 

States Trail. They also organize and promote the Annual 

100-mile Western States Rim. 

Willow Glen Trails Committee 

1218 Willow Street 

San Jose, C A 95125 

415-424-2448 

Lawrence Antes 

Founded: 1984 

The Committee is working to promote development of 

recreational trails in the Willow Glen District of San Jose 

and Santa Clara Counties. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

California Department of Parks and Recreation 

1416 9th Street, Suite 1441-1 
Sacramento, CA 95814 
916-653-8803 Fax: 916-653-9824 

Charlie Willard, State Trails Coordinator 

California Transportation Department 

PO Box 942874 

Sacramento, CA 94274 

916-322-9015 

Rick Blunden, Bike-Pedestrian Coordinator 




COLORADO 



COLORADO 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail - Colorado Section 

10597 N. Routt Lane 
Westminister, CO 80021 
303-465-1033 Fax: 303-894-3398 

A Ifred Kober, State ADT Coordinator 

Bicycle Colorado 

PC Box 3877 
Golden, CO 80401 
303-278-3290 
Port is Master son 

Colorado Blizzards 

PO Box 886 

Loveland, CO 80539 

303-667-3191 Fax:303-223-6933 

Mel Wolf 

Colorado Blizzards help keep existing trails open for multi-use 

purposes and encourage opening of more trails. They also 

provide volunteer service to USDA Forest Service and Colorado 

State Parks to achieve their goals. 

Colorado Motorcycle Trail Riders 

PO Box 16925 

Colorado Springs, CO 80935 

719-687-2635 

Frank Lilawsa 

Founded: 1970 Members: 260 

To educate motorcyclists on responsible trail use and to preserve 

and maintain trails, in cooperation with local forest district 

officials. 

Colorado Mountain Club 

710 10th Street, Suite 200 
Golden, CO 80401 
303-922-8976 

Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition 

PO Box 620523 

Littleton, CO 80162 

303-744-6632 Fax: 303-722-3150 

Jerry Abboud 

Founded: 1987 Members: 3,950 

Represent OHV users of all types, committed to the protection of 

our OHV privileges. 





Colorado Snowmobile Association 

246 South Hoi man 

Golden, CO 80401 

303-279-8436 Jack Welch 

Founded: 1970 Members: 3,500 

The Association represents snowmobilers in Colorado and North 

America. They work to provide for riding areas, trail grooming, 

and responsible use of snowmobiles. 

Colorado Trail Foundation 

548 Pine Song Trail 

Golden, CO 80401 

Gudy Gaskill, Chairman and Founder 

Dedicated to building, maintaining, and monitoring the 

Colorado Trail from Denver to Durango. 

Volunteers For Outdoor Colorado 

1410 Grant. B 105 

Denver, CO 80203 

303-830-7792 Fax: 303-832-6056 

Dos Chappell, Executive Director 

Founded: 1984 Members: 1.500 

This organization works with volunteers to enhance preserve 

and protect the state's public lands and natural resources. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Cavalier Trail Riding Club Inc. 

10590 Egerton Road 

Colorado Springs. CO 80909 

7 1 9-495-2906 Iris J. Mosgrove 

Founded: 1955 Members: 110 

The Club promotes acquaintance, friendship and fellowship 

among horsemen. 

Clear Creek Bicycle Club 

PO Box 496 

Idaho Springs, CO 80452 

303-567-4605 Steve Pfeijf 

Founded: 1994 

Promotes bicycling as a lifestyle for all ages, through youth 

riding and safety, road and mountain bicycle club rides, race 

team, trail building and planning. 

CMTRA-Enduro-Quad Dusters 

251 E. Ridge Drive 

Woodland Park, CO 80863 

719-687-3768 

Ray White 

Founded: 1993 Members: 300 

This group organizes regional ATV enthusiasts in achieving 

maximum recreational enjoyment. 




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COLORADO 



Colorado Mountain Club- Boulder Group 

Chautauqua Park , 900 Baseline Road 

Boulder, CO 80302 

303-449-1135 Members: 2,300 

The Club imites the knowledge of students, explorers and 

lovers of Colorado's mountains; to collect and disseminate 

information; to stimulate interest in the area; and to 

encourage preservation. 

Colorado Plateau Mountain Bicycle Trail Association 

PO Box 4602 

Grand Junction, CO 81502 

303-249-8055 

Bill Harris 

Founded: 1989 Members: 200+ 

The Association is dedicated to mountain bicycle trail 

development. 

Long's Peak Trail Breakers 

2212 Chivington Drive 

Longmont, CO 80501 

303-651-6752 

Bruce Biszick 

Founded: 1993 

Promotes snowmobiling in general, keeping trails open to all 

users, and charity benefits as appropriate. 

North Fork Trails Network 

PO Box 62 

Crawford, CO 81415 

303-921-6400 Fax: 303-921-6500 

Larry Mosher 

Founded: 1988 

The Network promotes and builds new trails in the 

Delta-Montiose County area for multipurpose use. 

Pikes Peak Area Trails Coalalition 

POBox 34 

Colorado Springs, CO 80901 

719-635-4825 

San Miguel County Trails Council 

PO Box 1598 

Telluride, CO 81435 

303-728-3579 

Vern Ebert 

The Council develops goals for county master plan and for 

inclusion of a coimty — wide trails system in the master plan. 



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Summit Huts Association 

PO Box 2830 

Breckenridge, CO 80424 

303-453-8583 

John G. Warner 

Founded: 1986 Members: 100 

SHA is dedicated to building a system of backcountry cabins 

linked by non-motorized tiails in Summit County, Colorado. 

Team Evergreen Bicycle Club 

PO Box 3804 

Evergreen, CO 80439 

303-674-6048 

Founded: 1989 Members: 800 

Uncompahgre Riverway 

PO Box 34 
Montrose, CO 81402 
303-249-2436 
PhilHelfrich 
Founded: 1988 

Ute Pass Trails Corridor Committee 

1 1 190 Hondo Avenue, Box 200 

Green Mountain Falls, CO 80819 

719-684-9811 Fax:719-684-9811 

Dick Bratton 

Founded: 1994 

The Committee is developing a trails master plan for the Ute 

Pass tiails corridor, from Manitou Springs to Victor, in 

cooperation with the Rivers, Trails and Conservation 

Assistance program of the National Park Service 

Weld County Four Wheelers 

PO Box 552 

Kersey, CO 80644 

303-353-1863 

Jolene Korgan 

Founded: 1993 

The organization encoitfages Tread Lightiy ethics to 4 wheel 

drive enthusiasts and to help keep public lands open for 

public use. 

Winter Park Fat Bicycle Club 

POBox 1337 

Winter Park, CO 80482 

303-887-2080 

Amy C. Bauer 

Founded: 1985 

Provide a highly enjoyable mountain biking experience for 

all levels of riders. 



COLORADO - CONNECTICUT 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 



LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 



Colorado Division of Parks & Recreation 

1313 Sherman Street, Suite 618 

Denver, CO 80203 

303-866-3203 ext. 306 Fax: 303-866-3206 

Stuart H Macdonald, State Trails Coordinator 

Colorado Department of Highways 

4201 East Arkansas 

Denver, CO 80222 

303-757-9982 Fax: 303-757-9707 

Nancy (Dutko) Cifelli, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 

CONNECTICUT 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

AMC Connecticut Chapter 

268 Main Street, Suite 12 

Danbury, CT 06810 

203-743-7039 

Henry Edmonds, Chair 

Connecticut Forest and Park Association 

16 Meriden Road 

Rockfall, CT6481 

203-346-2372 

John Hibbard Members: 2,700 

The Association has worked to preserve and enhance the 

state's natural environment and to provide forest, parks and 

recreation areas for public use and enjoyment. 

Connecticut Greenways Council 

c/o Fuss and O'Neill 
146 Hartford Road 
Manchester, CT 06040 
203-646-2469 
William O'Neill 

Connecticut Horse Council 

660 Greystone Road 

PlymouUi, CT 06782 

203-754-6281 

Diane Marie Ciano 

Founded: 1969 Members: 2,200 

Working to protect and further the rights of horses and 

horsemen in Connecticut. 

Connecticut Trails 

11 ArgyleRoad 
Milford, CT 06460 
Dick Blake 



Farmington Canal Rail-Trail 

1191 Ridge Road 

North Haven, CT 06473 

203-248-6582 Fax: 203-288-7571 

Nancy A Iderman 

Founded: 1988 Members: 400 

The group was formed to oversee the building of a biking, 

hiking jogging trail. 

Hamden Parks and Recreation Department 

Memorial Town Hall 
Hamden, CT 06518 
Robert Ceccolini 

Harbur Hiking Club 

Harbur Middle School 

Burlington, CT 06013 

203-673-6163 

Dave Vibert 

Founded: 1992 

The Club is an intramural program at Har-Bar Middle 

School. 

Mountain Laurel Trail Association 

501 Skiff Mountain Road 

Kent, CT 06757 

203-672-4948 

Katherine S. Kane 

Founded: 1991 Members: 60 

The Association works to preserve trails for non-motorized 

recreational use. 

Somers Trails Association 

105 Ninth District Road 

Somers, CT 06071 

203-749-2701 

Jan Collins 

Founded: 1989 

We work to preserve and maintain a multi-use trail system in 

our community which is threatened by development. 



TROTS 

90 Liney Hall Lane 

Wallin^ord, CT 06492 

203-269-5205 

Lisa Toman 

Foimded: 1986 Members: 60 



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Trail Riders 

off Today 

This organization was establish and preserve horseback 
riding trails in south central Connecticut. 



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CONNECTICUT - DELAWARE - DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



Western Connecticut Orienteering Club 

100 Braemar Drive 

Cheshire, CT 06410 

203-272-7354 

Don Tall 

Founded: 1986 Members: 200 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Connecticut Office of Parks and Recreation 

165 Capitol Avenue 

Hartford, CT 06106 

203-424-3015 

Joseph Hickey, State Trails Coordinator 

Connecticut Department of Transportation 

24 Wolcott Hill Road 
Wethersfield, CT 06109 
203-566-6450 Fax: 203-566-8943 
Wayne DeCarli, Bicycle Coordinator 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Delaware Department of Parks and Recreation 

89 Kings Highway 

Dover, DE 19903 

302-739-5285 Fax: 302-739-3817 

Susan Moorschel, State Trails Coordinator 

Delaware Department of Transportation 

89 Kings Highway 

Dover, DE 19903 

302-739-5285 Fax: 302-739-3817 

Bicycle Coordinator 

Delaware Department of Transportation 

PC Box 778 

Dover, DE 19903 

302-739-2453 

Elizabeth Holloway, Pedestrian Coordinator 



DELAWARE 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail -Delaware Section 

609 Savannah Road 

Lewes, DE 19958 

302-645-6378 Fax: 302-645-3466 

Jim Ippolito, State ADT Coordinator 

Delaware Bicycle Council 

Rd 6 Box 48 

Georgetown, DE 19947 

302-856-7303 

Ron Jester 

Founded: 1985 

The Council was established to advise the Delaware Department 

of Transportation on bicycle-related concerns. 



Center Hiking Club 

1412 Montague Street, NW 
Washington, DC 20011 
202-829-7749 Michael McLain 

Washington Area Bicyclist Association 

1819 H Street, NW, Suite 640 ^ =S^ 

Washington, DC 20006 ^^ .^^. W 

202-872-9830 Fax: 202-862-9762 "ZTT^IS^ 

Ellen Jones, Executive Director "S =^-^= 

Founded: 1972 

The Association provides bicycle advocacy in the Washington, 
DC area and promotes trail development and maintenance for 
trails at the local, state and federal levels. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 



LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Wilmington Trail Club 

PC Box 1184 

Wilmington, DE 19899 

302-656-1155 

Founded: 1939 

The Club's purpose is to provide opportunity for members to 

enjoy outdoor activities and to promote protection and 

restoration of places of natural beauty and interest. 



Department of Recreation and Parks 

3149 16th Street, NW, 4th Floor 
Washington, DC 20010 
202-673-7692 Fax: 202-673-2087 

Theodore Pochter, State Trails Coordinator 

District of Columbia Public Works 

2000 14th Street, NW, 7th Floor 
Washington, DC 20009 
202-939-8016 Fax: 202-939-7185 

Gilbert Williams, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 



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FLORIDA 



FLORIDA 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Florida Audubon Society 

460 Highway 436, Suite 200 

Casselberry, FL 32707-4939 

407-206-8300 Fax: 407-260-9652 

Bernie Yokel 

Founded: 1900 Members: 35,000 

The Society strives to heighten the awareness of young and 

old, to protect wildlife and preserve its habitat and to 

encourage wise use of nature's storehouse of resources. 

Florida Freewheelers Inc. 

PC Box 7201 
Orlando, FL 32804 
Rickey Browne 

Florida Greenways 

PO Box 5948 

Tallahassee, FL 32314-5948 

904-222-6277 

Mark Benedict, Director 

Florida Trail Association (FTA) 

Box 13708 

Gainesville, FL 32604 

904-378-8823 

Ethel Palmer, President 

The Association strives to instill in Floridians and visitors 

an appreciation of, and desire to conserve, the natwal beauty 

of Florida. FTA promotes the creation of hiking trails, 

including the Florida Trail, which will run the length of the 

state. 

FTA, Big Cypress Chapter 

485 NW 128th Street 
N. Miami, FL 33168 
305-688-4214 
Belinda Martin 

FTA, Central Florida Chapter 

8248 Breeze Love Lane 
Orlando, FL 32819 
407-298-0253 
Paul Eisenbrown 

FTA, Happy Hoofers Chapter 

1057 NE 34th Court 
Oakland Park, FL 33334 
305-566-0617 
Kevin Butler 




FTA, Heartland Chapter 

709 Greenleaf Lane 
Lake Wales, FL 33853 
Rose Kellermann 

FTA, Indian River Chapter 

1 109 Myrtle Lane 
Cocoa, FL 32922 
Chuck Tinters 

FTA, Loxahatchee Chapter 

747 llene Road W 

W. Palm Beach, FL 33415 

Kay Brand 

FTA, N. Florida Trail Blazers 

21 Dolphin Boulevard 

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082 

Mark Nickerson 

FTA, Suncoast Chapter 

616 Greenbriar Drive 
Brandon, FL 33511 
Arlene Winnicki 

Rails-To-Trails Conservancy - Florida 

2545 Blairstone Pines Drive 
Tallahasse, FL 32301 
904-942-2379 Fax:904-942-4431 
Lynn Stein 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Croom Trail Horseman 

1512 Oak Hurst Drive 

Brooksville, FL 34601 

904-796-7 138 Mary Ann Heme 

Founded: 1989 Members: 140 

Works to maintain horse trails in the Croom Reservation 

part of the Withlacoochee Forest in Hernando Coimty. 

Lake County Rail Trails, Inc. 

PO Box 261 

Howey in Hills, FL 32737 

904-324-3077 Audrey Reed 

Rails-To-Trails Withlacoochee 

4805 East Stoer Lane 

Floral City, FL 34436 

Jim McCann 

Founded: 1988 Members: 150 

This is a support organization for the Withlacoochee State 

Trail. 



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FLORIDA - GEORGIA 



Tallahassee-St Marks Trail 

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy - Florida Chapter 

2545 Blairstone Pine Drive 

Tallahassee, FL 32301 

904-942-2379 Fax:904-942-4431 

Ken Bryan 

Founded: 1990 Members: 3,800 

To enhance America's communities and countrysides by 

converting thousands of miles of abandoned rail corridors 

and connecting open space into a nationwide network of 

public trails. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Florida Department of Natural Resources 
Parks and Recreation 

3900 Conunonwealth Boulevard, Sta. 585 

Tallahassee, FL 32399 

904-488-5372 

Collier Clark, State Trails Coordinator 

Florida Department of Transportation 

605 Suwanne Street MS- 19 
Tallahassee, FL 32399 
904-487-1200 Fax: 904-922-2935 

Dan Burden, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 

Florida Canoe Trails 

3900 Commonwealth Boulevard 
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3000 
904-487-4784 
Mary Anne Koos 




GEORGIA 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Benton MacKaye Trail Association 

PC Box 53271 
Atlanta, GA 30305 
404-987-8929 
Bill Porter, President 

Georgia Appalachian Trail Club 

PC Box 654 
Atlanta, GA 30301 
404-264-3913 
JudGermon, Treasurer 




Georgia Blind Adventurers 

3680 Lindley Circle 

Owder Springs, GA 30073 

404-873-3930 Fax: 404-873-3930 

Jim Cashin 

The Adventurers seek to develop self-confidence among 

disabled persons. It enables blind and visually impaired 

members to enjoy fuller and more meaningful participation 

in society. 

Georgia Orienteering Club 

1720 S. Lumpkin Street 

Athens, GA 30606 

706-549-3068 Fax: 706-547-2706 

Bill Cheatum 

Founded: 1976 Members: 150 

The Club is working toward making the sport of orienteering 

available in Georgia through the production of orienteering 

maps. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

PATH Foundation 

PO Box 14327 

Atlanta, GA 30324 

404-355-6438 

Ed McBrayer 

Founded: 1991 Members: 1,000 

The Foundation supports building of greenway trails for the 

Atlanta area. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Georgia Department of Natural Resources 
Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites 

200 Butler Street, SE, Suite 1352 
Atlanta, GA 30334 
404-706-8781 Fax: 404-656-1594 

Henry Chambers, State Trails Coordinator 

Georgia Department of Natural Resources 

205 Butler Street, Suite 1352 
Atlanta, GA 30334 
404-656-2770 Fax: 404-651-5871 
Alicia Soriano 

Georgia Department of Transportation 

#2 Capital Square, Room 345 

AUanta, GA 30334-1002 

404-656-5356 

Steve Yost, Bicycle Coordinator 



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HAWAII - IDAHO 



HAWAII 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

E Mau Na Ala Hele 

PC Box 6384 

Kamuela,HI 96743 

808-885-7759 

Claire Hachmuth, President 

Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club 

PC Box 2238 

Honolulu, HI 96804 

808-422-7830 

Donna Davis-Brown 

Founded: 1910 Members: 325 

The Club is devoted to hiking and maintaining 

approximately 100 trails on Oahu. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Kona Hiking Club 

PO Box 569 

Captain Cook, HI 96709 
808-329-5519 
Jack Dalbey 
Members: 250 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Hawaii Department of Natural Resources 

567 S. King Street, Suite 132 
Honolulu, HI 96813 
808-587-0058 Fax: 808-587-0064 

Christina Meller, State Trails Coordinator 

Hawaii Division of Highways 

869 Punchbowl Street 

Honolulu, HI 96813 

808-548-3258 

Kenneth Au, Bicycle-Pedestrian Coordinator 





IDAHO 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Idaho Alpine Club 

PO Box 2885 

Idaho Falls, ID 83403-2885 

208-533-7042 Fax: 208-533-7340 

Steve Reiser 

Founded: 1960 Members: 130 

Supports and facilitates of non-motorized uses of wilderness. 

Idaho ATV Association 

7646 Lemhi Street, Suite 4 
Boise, ID 83709 
Tim Bernard 

Idaho Trails Council, Inc. 

PO Box 1629 

Sun Valley, ID 83353 

208-622-3046 

Bernice E. Paige 

Founded: 1974 Members: 180 

The Council promotes the development, maintenance and 

proper use of Idaho's trails and the preservation of its trail 

resources. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Brush Bunch M.C. 

W. 7225 Hanser Lake Road 

Post Falls, ID 83854 

208-773-0149 

Tom Hildesheim 

Founded: 1970 

The Brush Bunch organizes family oriented outings; 

camping, motorcycling, snowmobiling, etc.. 

Moon Saddle Bicycle Club 

PO Box 598 

Pinehurst,ID 83850 

208-786-3751 

Mike and Debbie Domy 

Founded: 1992 

A social Association organized to promote safe bicycling in 

the Silver Valley region. 

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IDAHO - ILLINOIS 



Nordic Voice 

1718 N. 17th Street 

Boise, ID 83702 

208-344-7371 

Ralph McAdams 

Founded: 1991 Members: 100 

Advocate for cross-country skiing by functioning as partners 

with public land managers and recreational program 

managers. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Idaho Parks and Recreation Department 

State House Mail 

Boise, ID 83720 

208-327-7444 

Chuck Wells, State Trails Coordinator 

Idaho Department of Transportation 

PO Box 7129 
Boise, ID 83707-1129 
208-334-8296 Fax: 208-334-8583 

John Barnes, Bicycle Coordinator 

Idaho Department of Transportation 

Box 7129 

Boise, ID 83707 

208-334-8488 

Charlie Roundtree, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 



ILLINOIS 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail- Dlinois Section 

1142 Winkleman Hill 

Harrisburg, IL 62946 

618-439-3103 

John O'Dell, State ADT Coordinator 

Dlinois Association Snowmobile Clubs 

8521 W. LoranRoad 

Pearl City, IL 61062 

815-443-2263 Fax: 815-795-6507 

Wes Block 

Founded: 1972 Members: 4,000 

To promote all activities for the common good of Illinois 

snowmobilers. 



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Dlinois Trail riders 

17049 W. Edwards Road 

Antioch, IL 60002 

708-395-0159 

Ruby Holmquist 

Founded: 1989 Members: 400 

Advocacy for trails for equestrians and hikers, providing 

education in trail courtesies. 



Rails-to-Trails Conservancy 

319 West Cook Street 
Springfield, IL 62704 



Dlinois Chapter 




Sierra Club / Dlinois Chapter 

506 S. Wabash, Suite 505 

Chicago, IL 60605 

312-431-0158 Fax: 312-431-0172 

The Club's mission is to explore, enjoy and protect the wild 

places of the earth. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Chief Sbabbona Trail 

1515 Burry Avenue 
Joliet, IL 60435 
815-727-7054 
Snyder Watson 
Founded: 1960 

Evanston Bicycle Club 

PO Box 1981 

Evanston, IL 60204 

708-866-7743 

Founded: 1971 Members: 200 

Friends of The I and M Canal 

19 W. 580 83rd 
Downers Grove, IL 60516 

Friends of The Rock Island Trail 

139 E. Washington Street 

East Peiona, IL 61611 

309-694-3196 Fax:309-694-3230 

George M. Burner 

Founded: 1972 Members: 100 

This organization supports maintenance and development of 

a linear rails-to-trails state park, the Rock Island Trail. 

Gateway Trailnet 

4873 Indian Hills Road 
Edwardsville, IL 62025 
Denise Maxwell 



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ILLINOIS 



Gee Haw Gang Saddle Club 
c/o H and R Farms 

Rt 2 Box 313 

Pinckneyville, IL 62274 

618-336-5235 Fax: 618-443-3356 

Caroline Hill 

Founded: 1993 

The Club provides the opportunity to get people together, to 

leam about camping with horses. We want to learn, see, and 

inform people about all the trails in the Shawnee National 

Forestand beyond. 

Green Bay Trail (Glencoe Section) 

675 Village Court 
Glencoe, IL 60022 
708-835-4111 
John Houde 

Libertyville Trail 

200 East Cook Avenue 
Libertyville, IL 60048 
Steve Magmusen 

Naperville Saddle Club 

23W. 671HobsonRoad 

Naperville, IL 60540 

Margene Tracy 

Foimded: 1944 

The Club gathers together people interested in horses and 

trail riding, to stimulate an interest in horse back riding and 

to support conmiunity projects. 



Openlands Project - Greenways 

220 South State Street, Suite 1880 

Chicago, IL 60605 

3 12-427-4256 Fax: 3 12-427-625 1 

Ders Anderson 

Founded: 1963 Members: 700 

This organization is dedicated to improving the quality of 

life in northeast Illinois by increasing the amoimt, and 

enhancing the quality of open space available to the public. 

Palatine Trail 

250 E. Wood Street 
Palatine, IL 60067 
Fred Hall 

Pimiteoui Trail Association 

3016 N. Western Avenue 

Peoria, IL 61604 

309-688-1165 

CarolJ. Hallock 

Founded: 1984 Members: 74 

The Association builds, maintains, and hikes woodland trails 

through the Peoria Park District lands in Peoria, Illinois. 

River To River Trail Society 

1142 Winkleman Hill 
Harrisburg, IL 62946 
618-439-3103 
John O'Dell 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 



North Shore Bicycle Trail 

c/o Lake County Department of Transportation 

600 W. Winchester Road 
Libertyville, IL 60048 
708-362-3950 
Martin Buehler 

Northeastern Illinois Association of Snowmobile Clubs 

PO Box 378 

Fox Lake, IL 60020 

708-223-5240 

Donald S. Schaefer 

Founded: 1972 Members: 2,000 



Dlinois Department of Conservation 

524 South 2nd Street, Suite 310 
Springfield, IL 62701 
217-782-3715 Fax: 217-782-9599 

Bob Thornbury, State Trails Coordinator 

Illinois Department of Transportation 

2300 S. Dirksen Parkway, Room 110 

Springfield, IL 62764 

217-785-2148 Fax: 217-524-0989 

Craig Williams, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 




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INDIANA 



INDIANA 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail - Indiana Section 

4303 Greenway Drive 

Indianapolis, IN 46220 

317-255-6215 

Ron Craig, State ADT Coordinator 

Discover Indiana Riding Trails (D.LR.T.) 

4570 N. Brighton Street 

Terre Haute, IN 47805 

812-466-6190 Fax: 812-232-2327 

Gary L Belong 

Founded: 1993 Members: 678 

The organization strives to create opportunities for 

responsible motorized trail and secondary road users. 

Hoosier Hikers 

PC Box 11101 
South Bend, IN 46634 
219-288-4226 
Holly Pelking 

Indiana Horse Council 

13401 E. 600 S 
Losantville, IN 47354 
317-468-7347 Pat Moore 

Indiana OfT Road Association 

Rt 8 Woods Trail 
Columbia City, IN 46725 

Indiana Snowmobile Association 

18050 Shively Road 
Bremen, IN 46506 
Deak Thornton 

Hoosier's Rails to Trails 

PC Box 402 

Indianapohs, IN 46204-6402 

317-237-9348 

Richard Vonnegetor 

Founded: 1987 Members: 500+ 

Indiana 4 Wheel Drive Association 

PC Box 3553 

Evansville, IN 47734 

812-477-7871 Fax: 812-477-5093 

Alan Lane 

Founded: 1980 Members: 300 

The Association is dedicated to conservation and recreation. 



LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

4 Wheels To Freedom 

PC Box 342 

Shelbyville, IN 46176 

812-587-0148 Fax: 317-729-5930 

Bob Bowers 

Founded: 1976 

This group provides members and their families with 

off-highway recreation. 

Bedford Hiking Club 

PC Box 1555 
Bedford, IN 47421 

Cardinal Greenway 

650 W. Minnetrista Boulevard 
Muncie, IN 47303 
Anne Henderson 

Central Indiana Wilderness Club 

PC Box 44351 

Indianapolis, IN 46244 

317-635-6250 

Chuck Cusick, President 

Founded: 1983 

The Club provides reasonably priced backpack, cross-country 

ski, canoe, bicycle, and other wilderness trips for members. 

Friends of Pumpkinvine National Trail 

PC Box 392 

Goshen, IN 46526 

219-533-4943 Fax: 219-535-7660 

John D. Yoder 

Founded: 1990 Members: 750 

To create a linear park between Goshen, Middlebury and 

Shipshewana, Indiana for non-motorized transportation, 

recreation and nature study. 

Indianapolis Hiking Club 

5176 AthertonS. Drive 
Indianapolis, IN 46219 
Bill Larrison 

Southern Indiana Hiking Club 

2881 Beth Lane 
Corydon,IN 47112 
Mike Esarey 

Whitewater Valley Wanderes 

715 College Avenue 
Richmond, IN 47374 
Donald Royer 



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INDIANA - IOWA 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Indiana Department of Natural Resources 
Streams and Trails Division 

402 W. Washington Street, Suite 27 IW 
Indianapolis, IN 46204 
317-232-4070 Fax:317-232-8036 

Thomas Kidd, State Trails Coordinator 



Indiana Department of Transportation 
Chief Internal Affairs 

100 N. Senate Avenue, Room N-730 
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2249 
317-232-5321 Fax: 317-232-0238 

Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 

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IOWA 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail - Iowa Section 

PC Box 131 

Center Point, lA 52213 

319-849-1844 

Tom Neenan, State ADT Coordinator 

Iowa Horse Council 

Rt 3 Box 6500 

Lake Geneva, WI 53147 

Sid Larson 

Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation 

505 5th Avenue, Suite 444 

Des Moines, lA 50309-2301 

515-288-1846 Fax: 515-288-0137 

Mark C. Ackelson 

Founded: 1979 Members: 6,000 

Educates lowans about the importance of protecting, 

preserving and enhancing the state's natural resources for 

future generations. 

Iowa State Snowmobile Association 

1116HigbyDrive 

Cedar Falls, lA 50613 

319-266-8933 

Dave Carmichael 

Founded: 1974 Members: 1,800 

The Association represents the grass roots snowmobilers of 

Iowa. 



Iowa Trails Council 

PC Box 131 

Center Point, lA 52213 

319-849-1844 

Tom Neenan 

Founded: 1984 Members: 1,500 

The Council works to acquire, develop and promote trails. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Cedar Valley Nature Trail 

1890 County Home Road 

Marion, lA 52302 

319-398-3505 Fax:319-373-2213 

Dennis Goemaat 

The Trail provides recreational facilities while conserving 

local natural resources. 

Chichaqua Valley Trail (Polk County Section) 

Jester Park 
Granger, lA 50109 
Robert Hamilton 

Great Lakes Spine Trail 

Dickinson Coimty - 1013 Okoboji Avenue 
Milford, lA 51351 
John Walters 

Great River Trail 

3509 Main Street, Suite 2 
Davenport, lA 52806 

Harry Cook Nature Trail 

Parks and Recreation Department 
Osage, lA 50461 
Ted Funk 

Heart of Iowa Nature Trail 

101 Main 
Slater, lA 50244 

Hickory Grove Park 

c/o Story County Conservation Board 

RR 2 Box 272E 

Ames, lA 50010 

515-232-2516 Fax: 515-232-6989 

Steve Lekwa 

Founded: 1957 

The Board is responsible for management of a 2,500 acre 

system of parks, preserves, and open spaces that include 

approximately 30 miles of developed equestrian trails and 

another 15 miles that are underdeveloped. 



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Hoover Nature Trail, Inc. 

PO Box 123 

West Liberty, lA 52776 

319-627-2626 

Milly Gregg 

Members: 205 

Jackson County Recreation Trail 

Jackson County Conservation Board 

Maquoketa,IA 52060 

319-652-3783 Fax: 319-652-3783 

Ann Bums 

Founded: 1958 

The organization works to develop, maintain and make 

available museiuns, parks, preserves, parkways, forests, 

wildlife and other conservation areas; and to encourage 

orderly development and conservation of natural resources. 

Linn County Trails Association 

PO Box 2681 

Cedar Rapids, lA 52406 

Perry To Rippey Trail (Greene County Section) 

Courthouse 
Jefferson, lA 50129 
Dan Towers 

Pocahantas Conservation Board 

RR2BoxllA 

Pocahontas, lA 50574 

Bradley Block 

The Board is responsible for acquiring suitable real estate, 

planning, developing, preserving, administering and 

maintaining all such places. 

Pony Hollow Trail 

c/o Clayton Coimty Conservation Board 
Rt 2 Box 65A 
Elkader,IA 52043 
Don Menken 



Sauk Trail (Carroll County Section) 

Carroll County Conservation Board 

RRl Box 240A 

Carroll, lA 51401 

712-792-4614 

Dave Olson 

Founded: 1958 

The Board is responsible to acquire, develop and maintain 

parks, wildlife areas, trails, historical sites, and conservation 

areas in Carroll Coimty Iowa. 

IOWA 



Sauk Trail (Sac County Section) 

2970 280th Street 
Sac City, lA 50583 
Chris Bass 



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Shell Rock River Trail 

c/o Bytker County Conservation Board 

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Clarksville, lA 50619 

Steve Brunsma 

Three Rivers Trail 

c/o Humbolt County Conservation Board 

Courthouse 

Dakota City, lA 50529 
515-332-4087 
Jeanne M. Baugous 

Winnebago County Conservation Board 

34496 1 10th Avenue 

Forest City, lA 50436 

515-565-3390 

Robert Schwartz 

Founded: 1959 

The Board is dedicated to managing and developing public 

recreation, wildlife areas, parks, trails and other natural 

areas. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 




Raccoon River Valley Trail 

c/o Greene County Conservation Board 

Courthouse 

Jefferson, lA 50129 

515-386-4629 

Dan Towers 

Founded: 1992 

The Board was established to generate the local support 

needed for the bicycle trail project. Their main purpose is to 

raise the local funds needed for the cost share match. 



Iowa Department of Transportation 

800 Lincoln Way 

Ames, lA 50010 

515-239-1621 Fax: 515-239-1639 

Nancy Burns, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 



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KANSAS 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail - Kansas Section 

304 Stratford Road 

Wichita, KS 67206 

316-684-1253 

Dick Dilsaver, State ADT Coordinator 

Biking Across Kansas 

PC Box 8648 

Wichita, KS 67208 

316-684-8184 

Larry Christie 

Founded: 1975 

The organization promotes and manages an annual bicycle 

ride across Kansas in early June with three different routes. 

Kansas Canoe Association 

Box 2885 
Topeka,KS 66601 

Kansas Horse Council 

1895 E. 56th Road 
LeCompton, KS 66050 
913-887-6422 
Bud Newell 

Kansas Trails Council, Inc. 

510 Utah 

Lawrence, KS 66046 

913-843-9141 

Carl Ringler, President 

Rails-To-Trails Coalition of Kansas 

PC Box 442-043 

Lawrence, KS 66044 

913-842-3458 

Clark H. Coan 

Founded: 1987 

The purpose of the Coalition is to establish an 

inter-connected statewide heritage trails system, primarily 

through developing selected rail-trails. 




LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Haskell Rail-Trail 

c/o Lawrence Parks and Recreation 

Box 708 

Lawrence, KS 66044 

913-832-3450 Fax: 913-832-3405 

Fred Devictor 

This trail will provide well-rounded leisure opportunities and 

facilities for the public. 

Republican River Canoe Trail 

1909 Washington Street 
Concordia, KS 66901 
913-243-3850 
Norman Christian 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Kansas Wildlife and Parks 

900 Jackson, Suite 502 
Topeka,KS 66612 

913-296-2281 Fax: 913-296-6953 
State Trails Coordinator 



Kansas Department of Transportation 

217 SE 4th, 2nd Floor Thacher 
Topeka,KS 66603 

913-296-7448 Fax: 913-296-0963 
Mark Bechtel, Bicycle Coordinator 




KENTUCKY 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Kentucky Horse Council 

255 Hensley Lane 

Stanford, KY 40484-9387 

606-346-3951 Fax: 606-346-5643 

Darlene Hensley 

Founded: 1992 Members: 300 

Kentucky Trails Association 

1304 Fenwick 
Lexington, KY 40515 
606-273-6862 
Misty English 



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KENTUCKY - LOUISIANA - MAINE 



LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Jefferson Memorial Forest - Trail Committee 

PO Box 467 

Fairdale.KY 40118 

502-368-5404 Fax: 502-368-6517 

The Committee provides enviromnentally conscious 

stewardship of the Jefferson County Memorial Forest's 

natural areas for recreation, education, and social 

development. 

Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancy 

1297 Trevilian Way - PO Box 37280 

Louisville, KY 40233-7280 

502-456-8 125 Fax: 502-456-8 1 1 1 

Susan M. Rademacher 

Founded: 1989 

The Conservancy works to preserve and enhance Olmsted 

Parks for generations to come. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Kentucky Department of Parks 

Capital Plaza Tower 10th Floor 

Fairdale,KY 40118 

502-368-5404 

CaryM. Tichenor, State Trails Coordinator 

Kentucky Department of Transportation 
and Urban Planning 

State Office Building 
Frankfort, KY 40622 
502-564-7433 Fax: 502-564-6640 

Dwayne demons. Bicycle Coordinator 



LOUISIANA 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Louisiana Division of Outdoor Recreation 

PO Box 44426 

Baton Rouge, LA 70804-4426 

Elinor Craven, State Trails Coordinator 

Louisiana Department of Transportation 

PO Box 94245 

Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9245 

504-358-9115 Fax:504-358-9160 

MichellA Lopez, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 




MAINE 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Appalachian Mountain Club - Maine Chapter 

PO Box 8526 
Portland, ME 04104 
Andrews John 

College Conservation Corps of Maine 

Department of Conservation SHS, Suite 22 

Augusta, ME 04333 

207-287-6107 Fax: 207-287-3823 

Dave Gerkens 

Founded: 1992 

The Corps provides opportunities for Maine young people to 

perform conservation and outdoor recreation related service 

projects through out Maine 



Sierra Club / Baton Rouge Group 

PO Box 80631 

Baton Rouge, LA 70898-063 1 

504-261-1950 

Chris Resweber 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

New Orleans Bicycle Awareness Committee 

2830 Coliseum Street 
New Orleans, LA 70115-3307 
Marc Weiss 
Founded: 1987 



Kennebec Valley Trails, Inc. 

PO Box 144 

Skowhegan, ME 04976 
207-635-2680 
Frank Higgins, Chair 

Maine ATV Association 

819 Unity Road 
Benton, ME 04927 
207-453-2191 
Duanne Ellis 




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MAINE 



Maine Audubon Society 

PO Box 6009 

Falmouth, ME 04105 

207-781-2330 Fax: 207-781-6155 

Robert Savage 

Founded: 1843 Members: 6,000 

The Society is dedicated to the protection, conservation, and 

enhancement of Maine ecosystems through the promotion of 

individual understanding and actions, achieved through 

enviromnental education and advocacy. 

Maine Bicycle Trails Association 

43 Carleton Street 
Portland, ME 04102 
Richards. Vogels 

Maine Equine Advisory Council 

PO Box 16 

Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426 
207-564-3451 
Judy Cross 

Maine Island Trail Association 
PO Box C 

Rockland, ME 04841 
207-596-6456 
Cate Cronin 

Maine Snowmobile Association 

RFD #1 Box 132 

West Buxton, ME 04093 

207-929-6330 Hiram Davis 

Maine Trails Advisory Committee 

59 Bennet Drive 

Caribou, ME 04736 

207-493-4224 

Kathleen Mazzuchelli, Chair 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 



Allagash Wilderness Waterway 

PO Box 939 
Millinocket, ME 04462 
207-695-3721 
Tim Caverly 

Kennebec Valley Tourism Council 

179 Main Street 
Waterville, ME 04901 
207-877-7969 
Jon Laitin 




Moriah Brook Trail 

RR 2 Box 2270 
Bethel, ME 04217 
Rollie Ortegon 

Portland Trails 

One India Street 

Portland, ME 04101 

207-775-2411 fz\: 101 -111-1613 

Alix W. Hopkins, Executive Director 

Founded: 1991 Members: 600 

The group was formed to create 30+ miles of trails 

connecting Portland's parks, open spaces and shorelines by 

the end of the decade. 

Rockland Harbor Trail Coalition 

60 Ocean Street 

Rockland, ME 04841 

206-594-9209 Fax: 206-594-9374 

Annette Naegel 

The Coalition strives to create a public path along Rockland 

Harbor to expand recreational opportxmities. 

Southern Maine Volkssport Association (SMVA) 

PO Box 722 

Westbrook, ME 04098 

207-839-8447 

Carroll Tiernan 

Founded: 1984 Members: 200 

SMVA promotes non-competitive walking for health and 

enjoyment. 

Western Maine ATV Association 

Box 132, Wilton, ME 4294 

207-645-5282 

Dan Fonseca 

Members: 60 

Responsible for repair and maintenance of the state owned 

rail trail from Jay to Farmington. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Bureau of Parks and Recreation 

State House, Station 22 

Augusta, ME 04333 

207-287-3821 

Tom Cieslinski, State Trails Coordinator 

Maine Department of Transportation 

State House, Station 16 

Augusta, ME 04333 16 

207-287-3131 Fax:207-287-2896 

Margaret Vandebroek, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 



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MARYLAND 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Anacostia Headwaters Greenway 

4112 30th Street 

Mount Rainier, MD 20712 

Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks 

301 Washington Avenue 
Towson, MD 21204 
410-887-3813 Fax: 410-887-3305 

Charles L. Kines 

Baltimore-Annapolis Trail 

PO Box 1007 

Sevema Park, MD 21146 

410-222-6244 

Dave Dionne 

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Association 

Box 366 

Glen Echo, MD 20812 

301-530-7473 

Carl A. Linden, President 

Carroll County Equestrian Council 

125 N. Court Street, Suite 205 

Westminster, MD 21157 

410-857-2103 Fax: 410-876-8284 

Jennifer De Armey 

Founded: 1984 

The Council promotes public equine recreational 

opportxmities using park facilities, volunteers and local 

organizations. 

College Park Area Bicycle Coalition 

5206 Paducah Road 

College Park, MD 20740 

Bill Kelly 

Founded: 1988 Members: 125 

The Coalition is a working advocacy group seeking to 

increase bicycle-pedestrian transportation in Washington, 

DC metro area. 




Friendly Trails Wandering Club 

5457 Enberend Terrace 
Columbia, MD 21045 
800-868-7784 
Julian Bauer 

Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club 

POBox81 

OxonHill,MD 20750 
301-736-8898 
Howard Harris 
Members: 109 

The Club promotes and encourages bicycles as a means of 
recreation and transportation. It also promotes the 
establishment of better bicycling facilities and encowages 
physical well-being 

Seneca Valley Sugar Loafers 

21 Beacon Hill Way 

Gaithersburg, MD 20878 

301-340-9418 

EdBranges 

Founded: 1987 Members: 175 

The group promotes good health and fellowship through 

monthly meetings, picnics and events. 

Trail Riders of Today (TROT) 

12937 Kentbury Drive 

Clarksville, MD 21029 

301-854-3181 

Elsie Cote 

Founded: 1980 Members: 900 

The organization is dedicated to preserving bridle trails and 

developing new ones. 

Wanderbirds Hiking Club 

6806 Delaware Street 

Chevy Chase, MD 20815 

Carol Sutherland 

Founded: 1934 Members: 240 

The Club offers hikes led by experienced leaders in the 

environs of Washington, DC area. 

Washington Baltimore and Annapolis 
Recreational-Commuter Trail 

9430 Lanham Severn Road 

Seabrook, MD 20706 

301-464-0570 

Morris Warren 

Founded: 1986 Members: 200 

The group works to encourage conversion of the 

Washington, Baltimore and Aimapolis railroad bed into a 

hiker, biker, equestrian corridor. 



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STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Maryland Department of Natural Resources 
and Public Lands 

Tawes State Office Bldg D-3 
Annapolis, MD 21401 
410-974-3589 Fax:410-974-3158 

John C. Wolf, State Trails Coordinator 

Maryland State Highway Department 

707 N. Calvert Street, Suite 218 

POBox 717 

Baltimore, MD 21203-0717 

410-333-1145 

Harvey Muller, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 



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MASSACHUSETTS 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Bay Circuit Alliance 

Alan French, Chair 
3 Railroad Street 
Andover, MA 01810 
508-470-1982 
Alan French, Chair 

Bay State Trail Riders Association 

24 Glenn Street 

Douglas, MA 01516 

508-470-3960 

Becky Kalagher 

Founded: 1973 Members: 230 

The Association works to develop and maintain a statewide 

system of all-purpose trails and to educate government 

agencies on the benefits of trails. 

Cross State Trail Riders 

12 Kelly Street 

Haverhill, MA 01832 

508-448-6370 

Patricia Darmofal 

Founded: 1970 Members: 200 

Preserving multi-use trails and trail education is the major 

purpose of this group of riders. 



Massachusetts Audubon Society 

Lincoln, MA 01773 

617-259-9500 Fax: 617-259-8899 

Founded: 1896 Members: 53,000 

The Society works for preservation of an environment that 

supports both wildlife and people. 



LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Andover Trails Committee 

4 College Circle 

Andover, MA 01810 

508-470-2520 

Liz Tentarelli 

Founded: 1980 

The Committee seeks to protect and develop trails for 

non-motorized use. 

Appalachian Mountain Club 
Berkshire Chapter 

POBox 9369 

North Amgerst, MA 01059-9369 

413-253-7415 

Christopher J. Ryan 

Appalachian Mountain Club 
Boston Chapter Trails 

9 School Street 
Newburyport, MA 01950 
508-465-1844 Fax: 508-465-1844 

Rick Godsey 
Founded: 1876 

Berkshire Natural Resources Council 

20 Bank Row 

Pittsfield, MA 01201 

413-499-0596 Fax: 413-499-3924 

George S. Wislocki 

Founded: 1971 Members: 850 

The Council promotes land preservation and provides 

environmental advocacy in Berkshire County. 

Broad Brook Coalition 

106 Momingside Drive 

Florence, MA 01060 

Monica Jakue 

Founded: 1988 

The Coalition promotes the conservation of the Broad Brook 

watershed while encouraging the development of appropriate 

and affordable housing. 



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Cape Cod Trails Conference 

81 Maple Lane 

Brewster, MA 02631-2115 

Patrick Kimball, Chair 

Chatham Trails Association 

36 Galloway Road 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 
508-256-9184 



Midstate Trail Committee 

382 Main Street 
Holden,MA 01520-1754 
508-829-4537 

Mansfield Parks and Recreation Department 

50 West Street 
Mansfield, MA 02048 
Lorilee Fisher 



Connecticut Valley Action Program 

136 Damon Road 
Northampton, MA 01060 
413-586-8706 
Terry A Blount 

Essex County Trails Association 

46 A Winthrop SUeet 

S. Hamilton, MA 01982 

508-356-7656 

Don Curiale 

Founded: 1982 Members: 390 

The Association promotes responsible use of the land and 

trails. Serving as liaison between trail users and 

landowners. 

Friends of Blue Hills 

1894 Canton Avenue 

Milton, MA 02186 

617-326-0079 

David Hodgdon, Executive Director 

Friends of the Warner Trail 

30 Water Street 
Belchertown, MA 02035 
508-543-2633 
Mead Bradner 

Metacomet Monadnock Trail 

20 Linda Drive 
Westfield, MA 01085 
Pat Fletcher 

Merrimac Mountaineering Club 

67 Bear HiU Road 

Merrimac,, MA 01860 

508-346-9728 

Nancy Halloran 

Founded: 1985 Members: 100 

Club members are a fun-loving group of kayakers, hikers, 

bikers, canoeist, skiers, etc., who run shared-cost weekend 

trips most weekends of the year. 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Management 

100 Cambridge Street 

Boston, MA 02202 

617-727-3180 Fax:617-727-9402 

Peter Brandenburg, State Trails Coordinator 

Massachusetts Highway Department 

10 Park Plaza 

Boston, MA 02116-3973 

617-973-8003 

Liz Shultis, Bicycle Coordinator 

Massachusetts Highway Department 

10 Park Plaza, Room 4150 

Boston, MA 02116-3973 

617-973-7329 Fax: 617-973-8035 

Josh Lehman, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 




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MICHIGAN 



MICHIGAN 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Michigan Mountain Biking Association 

2528 Elizabeth Lake Road 

Waterford, MI 48328 

616-785-0120 Fax: 616-785-0120 

Dwain Abramowski 

Founded: 1990 Members: 1,300 

The Association promotes responsible mountain biking and 

works toward the goals of common land access and natural 

resource protection. 

Michigan Snowmobile Association 

5181 Plainfield, NE 

Grand Rapids, MI 49505 

906-387-3941 Fax: 906-387-3954 

Founded: 1982 Members: 11,000 

The Association operates as sole agent for all organized 

groups having an interest in the sport of snowmobiling. 

MSA also serves to stimulate and advance the general 

welfare and safety of snowmobilers; develop a fraternal spirit 

among all snowmobilers and other winter sports enthusiasts. 

Michigan Trailfinders Club 

2680 Rockhill, NE 

Grand Rapids, MI 49505 

616-363-6168 

David Groenleer 

Founded: 1970 Members: 100 

The Club promotes enjoyment and exploration of trails and 

waterways; helps improve hiking and canoeing techniques 

and protects the wilderness character of trails and waterways 

for future generations. 

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy 
Michigan Chapter 

913 West Holmes, Suite 227 A 
Lansing, MI 48910 
517-393-6022 Fax: 517-393-1960 

David Baslaw, Chapter Coordinator 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Corsair Trail Council 

218 West Bay Street 

Easttawas, MI 48730 

517-362-2001 Fax: 517-362-2001 

Gary Nelkie 

Founded: 1982 

The Council maintains and operates 72 km of hiking-cross 

country skiing trails in Huron National Forest. 



Friends of the Betsie Valley Trail 

PO Box 472 

Beulah,MI 49617 

616-352-4815 

William R. Olsert 

Founded: 1993 Members: 670 

The Friends own, construct, operate and maintain the 22 

mile multi-use rail-trail in Benzie Coimty. 

North Country Trail Association 
West Michigan Chapter 

4067 Luxford 

Comstock Park, Ml 49321 

616-784-5050 

Darlene Snyder, President 

Sierra Club, Mackinac Chapter 

300 N. Washington Square, Suite 411 

Lansing, MI 48933-1223 

313-971-9013 

Ralph Powell 

Members: 10,000 

The Club advocates for environmental protection and 

provides extensive outing opportunities, including work 

service trips. 

Southern Michigan Orienteering Club 

c/o 2577 Newport Road 

Ann Arbor, MI 48103 

313-769-7820 

Bill Luitje 

Founded: 1981 Members: 200 

The Club provides opportunity for people to participate in 

local orienteering meets. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Michigan Department of Natural Resources 

Recreation and Trails Section, Forest Management Division 

PO Box 30257 

Lansing, MI 48909 

517-335-3038 Fax: 517-373-2443 

Philip Wells, State Trails Coordinator 

Michigan Department of Transportation 

PO Box 30050 

Lansing, MI 48909 

517-335-2823 Fax: 517-373-0167 

Michael Eberlein, Non-Motorized Facilities Coordinator 



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MINNESOTA 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Minnesota 

2121 Legion Lane N. 

Lake Elmo, MN 55042 

612-770-6353 Fax: 612-854-2417 

Bob Krostue 

Founded: 1984 Members: 400 

The goal of the Association is the continuos growth of the 

ATV trails and park system with a safety program that 

promotes responsible use. 

Minnesota 4 Wheel Drive Association 

PC Box 581131 
Minneapolis, MN 55458-1131 
612-888-7286 
ToddFrostad 
Members: 600 

Minnesota 4X4 High Rollers, Inc. 

2410 NW 15 1/2 Street 
Faribault, MN 55021 
507-334-9291 
Founded: 1984 

Minnesota Orienteering Club 

PO Box 580030 

Minneapolis, MN 55458 30 

507-334-8140 

Founded: 1976 Members: 100 

Minnesota Parks and Trails Council 

PO Box 26243 

St Paul, MN 55126 243 

612-631-2818 Fax: 612-631-2617 

H. Charles Diestler 

Founded: 1954 Members: 600 

The Council strives to fiirther the establishment, 

development, and enhancement of parks and trails within 

Mirmesota and to encourage their wise use and protection. 

Minnesota Rovers Outing Club 

PO Box 14133 
Mirmeapolis, MN 55414 
612-522-2461 f 





Minnesota Ski Council 

1215 Goose Lake Road 

White Bear Lake, MN 55110 

612-429-6606 

Alice Williamson 

Founded: 1963 Members: 4,000 

This Council consists of 20 ski clubs who have year round 

activity interests. 

Minnesota Trail Riders Association 

PO Box 984 

Bumsville,MN 55337 

612-427-8352 

Founded: 1979 Members: 2,000 

Superior Hiking Trail Association 

PO Box 4 - 123 Waterfront Drive 

Two Harbors, MN 55616-4436 

218-834-4436 Fax: 218-834-4436 

Tricia Ryan, Executive Director 

Founded: 1986 Members: 1,600 

The Association is dedicated to preserving, promoting, 

building and maintaining the Superior Hiking Trail. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Douglas Area Trail Association 

313 Fingal Drive 
Alexandria, MN 56308 
Donn Johnson 

Goodhue Pioneer Trail 

404 S. Fourth Street 

Goodhue, MN 55027 

612-923-4289 Fax: 612-923-4068 

Terry Fiero 

This is a multi-use recreational trail from the northern-most 

head end of the Douglas Trail, north to the Hay Creek 

Recreation Area and on to Red Wing. 

Heartland State Trail 
PO Box 112 
Nevis, MN 56467 
Pat Tangeman 

Kekekabic Trail Club 

1627 W. County Road, Suite B 
Roseville.MN 55113 
800-818-HIKE 



MINNESOTA - MISSISSIPPI 



Lutsen-Tofte Tourism Association 

PO Box 2248 

Tofte,MN 55615 

218-663-7804 Fax: 218-663-7804 

Mary Somnis 

Founded: 1970 

The Association promotes tourism on the north shore of 

Lake Superior. They also maintain trails and publish 

brochures on trail activities. 

Minneapolis Municipal Hiking Club 

200 Grain Exchange 

400 S. 4th Street, Suite 200 

Minneapolis, MN 55415-1400 

612-661-4890 Fax: 612-661-4780 

Linda Larson 

Founded: 1920 Members: 412 

Save The Luce Line Committee 

30 Orono Orchard Road 

Wayzata,MN 55391 

612-473-2646 Fax: 612-475-0968 

Sandra Smith 

Founded: 1990 

The committee is dedicated to preserving and protecting the 

Luce Line Trail. 

Sled Dog Marathon Headquarters 

Box 500 

Duluth,MN 55801 

John Beargrease 

Founded: 1985 Members: 700 

This group conducts the best long distance sled dog race in 

North America in a culturally sensitive manner, conducive 

to generating tourism in Northeast Minnesota. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 
Trails Program Section 

500 Lafayette Road 
St. Paul, MN 55155-4052 
612-296-4782 Fax: 612-297-5475 

Tom Danger, State Trails Coordinator 

Minnesota Department of Transportation 

807 Transportation Bldg. 

St. Paul, MN 55155 

612-297-1838 Fax: 612-296-33 

Jim Dustrude, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 



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MISSISSIPPI 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Bicycle Advocacy Group of Mississippi 

PO Box 515 

Jackson, MS 39205 

601-355-0938 

Founded: 1994 Members: 200 

The group is dedicated to the development, enhancement 

and promotion of alternative forms of transportation and 

recreation throughout the state. 

Natchez Trace Trail Conference 

PO Box 1236 

Jackson, MS 39215-1236 

601-956-4500 

Jimmy Hodo, Secretary 

Founded: 1989 Members: 250 

The Conference supports the Natchez Trace National Scenic 

Trail through volunteer action. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Mississippi Bureau of Recreation and Parks 

POBox 23093 
Jackson, MS 39225-3093 
601-364-2155 Fax: 601-364-2008 

S. James Graves, State Trail Coordinator 

Mississippi State Highways Transportation Planning 

PO Box 1850 

Jackson, MS 39215-1850 

601-944-9142 Fax: 601-944-91 

Jim Moak, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 




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MISSOURI 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail - Missouri Section 

1001 E. Walnut Street, Suite 300 
Columbia, MO 65201 
314-449-5227 Fax: 314-449-7678 

Darwin Hindman, State ADT Coordinator 

Missouri Trails and Streams 

PC Box 1478 
Baldwin, MO 63022 

National Frontier Trails Center 

318 W.Pacific 

Independence, MO 64050 

816-325-7575 

John Mark Lambertson 

Founded: 1990 

The only interpretive center exclusively devoted to the 

Santa Fe, Oregon, and California National Historic Trails. 

Sierra Club - Ozark Chapter 

1005 A South Big Bend Boulevard 

St. Louis, MO 63117 

314-645-1019 

Founded: 1972 Members: 7,000 

This chapter strives to protect, enjoy and explore the wild 

places of the earth. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 



Rim Benders Motorcycle Club 

PC Box 713 

Clinton, MO 64735 

816-885-6911 

Gary Grojf 

Founded: 1977 

The Rim Benders build and maintain trails at Cooper Creek 

OHV Park and work to preserve the natural resources of that 

area. They also promote public participation in club events. 

West Alton Trail 
c/o Gateway Trailnet 

7185 Manchester Road 
St. Louis, MO 63143 
314^44-031 
Ted Curtis 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Missouri Department of Natural Resources 

Box 176 

Jefferson City, MO 65102 

3 14-75 1-5360 Fax: 3 14-75 1-8656 

Debbie Schnack, State Trails Coordinator 

Missouri Highway and Transportation Department 

PC Box 270 

Jefferson City, MO 65102 

314-526-2816 Fax: 314-526-2819 

Dennis Scott, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 



Katy Trail Coalition 

PO Box 7169 
Columbia, MO 65205 
314-449-5227 Fax: 314-449-7678 

Darwin Hindman 

Katy Trail Sedalia 

511 W.Broadway 

Sedalia, MO 65301 

816-826-9140 

Ed Yuille 

Founded: 1991 Members: 236 



Ozark Greenways, Inc. 

PO Box 50733 

Springfield, MO 65805 

417-864-2014 

Ron Coleman, Executive Director^ 



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MONTANA 

Backcountry Horsemen of Montana 

PO Box 5431 

Helena, MT 59604 

Founded: 1973 Members: 1,200 

The Backcountry Horsemen are dedicated to protecting 

backcountry resources. 

Montana Conservation Corps 

1404 Gold Street, Suite 3 

Bozeman, MT 59715 

406-587-4475 Fax: 406-587-2606 

Mark Dwyer 

Founded: 1992 Members: 130 

The Conservation Corps works to bring together Montana's 

commitment to its people and natm^al resources by 

enhancing youth citizenship and employability through land 

stewardship. 



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MONTANA - NEBRASKA 




LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Greater Yellowstone Coalition 

Box 1874 

Bozeman, MT 59715 

406-586-1593 

Louisa Willcox 

Founded: 1933 Members: 5,000 

This regional Coalition of groups is working to protect the 

Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. 

Heights Bicycle Trail 

5 10 N. Broadway - 4th Floor Library 
Billings, MT 59101 
hdark Hink 

Rivers Edge Trail 

PO Box 553 

Great Falls, MT 59403 

406-761-4966 Doug Wicks 

Founded: 1990 Members: 300 

This group is committed to creating river's edge trail in Great 

Falls. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks 

1420 East Sixth Avenue 

Helena, MT 59620 

406-444-4585 Fax: 406-444-4952 

Bob Walker, State Trails Coordinator 

Montana Department of Transportation 

2701 Prospect Avenue 

Helena, MT 59620 

406-444-6123 Fax: 406-444-7571 

Robert Habeck 

NEBRASKA 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail - Nebraska Section 

2240 S. 29th Street 

Lincoln, NE 68502 

402-421-1401 Fax: 402-421-1463 

Susan Rodenburg, State ADT Coordinator 

Nebraska Snowmobilers 

Route 1, Box 61 

Raymond, NE 68428 

402-783-3272 Patty Holmberg 

The group promotes the sport of snowmobiling. 



Nebraska State Snowmobile Association 

Box 8 

Hampton, NE 68843 

402-725-3434 Fax: 402-725-3454 

Roger L. Barnesberger 

The Association was organized to promote the sport of 

snowmobiling and encourage safety 

Nebraska Trails Council 

4912 S. 86th Street 
Omaha, NE 68127 
Don Van Driest 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Eastern Nebraska Trails Network 

Elmwood Park Station - PO Box 6225 

Omaha, NE 68106 

402-221-3870 Fax:402-221-4315 

Gary L. Gebhard 

Founded: 1992 Members: 200 

The Network promotes the development of trails. 

Great Plains Trail Network 

5000 North 7th Street 

Lincoln, NE 68521 

402-477-0242 

Elaine Hammer, President 

Iron Horse Trail Lake Park 

Nemaha NRD- 125 Jackson 

Tecumseh, NE 68450 

402-335-3325 Fax: 402-335-3265 

Founded: 1972 

The primitive trails are maintained for hiking at our two 

recreation areas. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Nebraska Game and Parks Commission 

2200 No. 33rd Street 

Lincoln, NE 68503 

402-471-5425 Fax: 402-471-5528 

Kathleen Foote 



Nebraska Department of Roads 

PO Box 94759 

Lincoln, NE 68509 

402-471-4567 

Derald S. Kohles, Planning Engineer 




NEVADA - NEW HAMPSHIRE 



NEVADA 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail - Nevada Section 

649 E. Appion Way 

Carson City, NV 89701 

702-885-7825 

Dale Ryan, State ADT Coordinator 

Nevada Trails Coalition 

6824 Adobe Court 
Las Vegas, NV 89102 
702-252-5082 LizManion 

Pony Express Trail - Nevada 

PC Box 1643 

Minden, NV 89423 

702-885-9352 

Mikel Ryan 

Founded: 1978 Members: 110 

The organization works to educate the public about the Pony 

Express, preserve and protect the Pony Express National 

Historic Trail, and to promote and participate in the 

reenactment of a mail run each June. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Sierra Club - Toiyabe Chapter 

PC Box 8096 

Reno, NV 89507 

702-323-3162 

Founded: 1957 Members: 3,000 

Tahoe Rim Trail Fund, Inc. 

PC Box 4647 

Stateline, NV 89449 

702-588-0686 

Lynda McDowell, Executive Director 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 



Nevada State Parks 

123 W. New York Lane, Suite 207 
Carson City, NV 89710 
702-687-4370 Fax:702-687-4117 



Linda Eissmann, State Trails Coordinator 




NEW HAMPSHIRE 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Granite State Wheelmen 

16 Clinton Street 

Salem, NH 03079 

603-485-8709 

Michelle Snowdon 

Founded: 1991 Members: 1,500 

The Wheelmen promote interest in all aspects of bicycling. 

New Hampshire Horse and Trail Association 

PC Box 693, Center Harbor, NH 03226 

Beth Madison 

The Association promotes the use and maintenance of trails 

in New Hampshire. 

New Hampshire Horse Council 

c/o University of New Hampshire 
219 Kendall Hall 
Durham, NH 03829 
603-862-2131 

New Hampshire Heritage Trail Advisory Committee 

54 Portsmouth Street 
Concord, NH 03301 
603-224-9945 
Malcolm Chase 

New Hampshire Snowmobile Association 
PC Box 38, 15 Pleasant Street 
Concord, NH 03301 
Gerry Witham 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Cardigan Highlanders 

Box 104 

Enfield Center, NH 03749 

603-632-5640 

Craig Sanborn 

Founded: 1985 

We are a few trail adopters who on occasion build larger 

structures, i.e. bridges. 



Nevada Department of Transportation 

1263 S. Stewart Street 

Carson City, NV 89712 

702-687-4997 Fax: 702-687-4846 

Kent L. Cooper, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 



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Chiltem Mountain Club 

9 Valley West 

Manchester, NH 03102 

603-644-7658 

Mike Boisvert 

Founded: 1979 Members: 1,200 

The Club is dedicated to organizing outdoor activities for 

gay and lesbian members and to maintaining trails in the 

White Mountains. 

Dartmouth Outing Club 

PO Box 9 

Hanover, NH 03755 

606-646-3437 EarlJette 

Founded: 1909 Members: 1,200 

The Outing Club acts as an umbrella organization covering 

24 student-run outdoor activities of Dartmouth College. 

Dry River Trail 

Kancamangus Highway - Rt 1 Box 94 
Conway, NH 03818 
Robert Walker 

Friends of Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway 

PO Box 164 

Marlow, NH 03456 

603-357-2115 Fax:602-446-7543 

Tim Symonds 

Founded: 1994 

The organization provides information to the public about 

the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway Hiking Trail and trains 

volunteers about proper trail maintenance. 

Friends of The Wapack 

POBox 115 

West Peterborough, NH 03468 

603-673-2196 

Jackson Ski Touring Foundation 

Box 216 

Jackson, NH 03846 

Thomas Perkins 

Merrimack Valley Trail Riders 

4 Shore Drive 
Henniker, NH 03242 
603-428-3556 
Dennis McAfee 

North Twin Trail 

PO Box 239 
Bethlehem, NH 03574 
Paul Shaw, Jr. 



Randolph Mountain Club 

Randolph, NH 03570 

603-466-3453 Fax: 603-466-3453 

Doug Mayer 

Founded: 1910 Members: 700 

The Club maintains more than 100 miles of trails in the 

Northern Presidential Range of New Hampshire's White 

Mountains. 

West Milan Trail 

c/o White Mountains National Forest 
80 Glen Road 
Gorham, NH 03581 
Brad Ray 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

New Hampshire Division of 
Parks and Recreation 

PO Box 1856 
Concord, NH 03302-1856 
603-271-3254 Fax: 603-271-2629 

E. Paul Gray, State Trails Coordinator 

New Hampshire Department of Transportation 

PO Box 483 

Concord, NH 03302 483 

603-271-1622 Fax: 603-271-3914 

Steven Pawlowski, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 



NEW JERSEY 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Adirondack Mountain Club- New Jersey Chapter 

PO Box 185 
Ridgewood, NJ 07451 
518-668-4447 

Adventures For Women 

POBox 515 

Montvale, NJ 07645 

201-930-0557 

Betsy Thomason 

Founded: 1981 

This organization helps women learn outdoor skills and 

develop leadership skills, to meet other adventurous women, 

and to offer safe, fim-filled activities. 




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New Jersey Cycling Conservation Club 
c/o Bicycle Hub 

455 Route 520 

Marlboro, NJ 07746 

908-972-8822 

Wally Tunison 

Founded: 1988 

This bicycle conservation group provides a work force to 

build and maintain trails in New Jersey. 

New Jersey Horse Council 

PO Box 538 

White House Station, NJ 08889 

Helen Neave 

New Jersey Snowmobile Council 

415 New Milford Avenue 
Dumont, NJ 07628 

New Jersey Trails Council 
24 Welsh Road 
Lebanon, NJ 08833 
908-236-2642 
Wendy Preble 

New York/ New Jersey Trails Conference ^ 

232 Madison Avenue, Suite 908 

New York, NY 10016 

212-685-9699 Fax: 212-779-8102 

The NY/NJ Trail Conference is a volunteer organization 

which maintains over 1,200 miles of hiking tiails in the 

bi-state region for enjoyment by the public. It is a federation 

of 85 outdoor and hiking clubs and has 9,500 individual 

members as well. 

Sierra Club - New Jersey Chapter 

4 Wanaque Terrace 

Ringwood, NJ 07456 

201-934-5334 Fax:201-934-4631 

Bill O'Hearn 

Founded: 1892 Members: 500,000 

The Club works to protect the envirorunent through 

campaigning for (and publicly endorsing) political 

candidates. 

Trails For New Jersey 

101 Overbrook Road 
Piscataway, NJ 08854 




LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Central Jersey Bicycle Club 

90 Christol Street 

MeUichen, NJ 08840 

908-548-7469 

Mark Schilke 

Founded: 1968 Members: 1,200 

The Club promotes family-oriented recreational bicycling. 

Chinese Mountain Club of New York 

956 Lincoln Avenue 

Piscataway, NJ 08854 

908-463-9041 

George Li 

Founded: 1984 Members: 150 

The Club promotes outings and mountaineering within the 

Oriental community. 

Delaware and Raritan Greenway 

570 Mercer Road 

Princeton, NJ 08540 

609-924-4646 Fax: 609-924-5577 

Peggy McNutt 

Founded: 1990 

The organization is dedicated to protecting the watershed of 

the Delaware and Raritan Canal and its tributary stieams as 

well as preserving environmentally significant lands in 

central New Jersey. 

Edison Greenways Group 

21 18 Oak Tree Road 

Edison, NJ 08820 

908-906-0529 

Walter Stochel, Jr. 

Founded: 1992 

The group works for the benefit of the public, by promoting 

the preservation, and improvement of open space and natural 

resources in the Edison, New Jersey, area. 

Hudson River Waterway Association 

247 Grove Stieet, Suite 1 
Jersey City, NJ 07302 
201-333-5857 
Craig Poole 



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Hunterdon Hiking Club 

Hunterdon County Park 

1020 Route 31 

Lebanon, NJ 08833 

908-638-8486 

W. G. Miller 

Founded; 1979 Members: 200 

The Club organizes a range of hiking, biking, canoeing, 

skiing and camping trips in New Jersey. 

Morris Parks and Land Conservancy 

18 High Street 

Morristown, NJ 07960 

201-292-2572 Fax: 201-540-1539 

David J. Epstein 

Founded: 1981 

The Conservancy initiates and assists land preservation 

efforts in Morris County. They also monitor, support and 

protect existing public parks and preserves and foster public 

awareness of ecological issues. 

Ocean County Hiking Club 

c/o Wells Mills County Park 

Box 905 Wellsmills Rt 1 

Waretown, NJ 08758 

609-971-3085 

Lillian Hoey 

Founded: 1980 Members: 100 

The Club works to ensure that there are parks with hiking 

trails for public use. In addition, hiking programs are 

conducted on a weekly basis all over New Jersey. 

Ocean Nature and Conservation Society 

21 Winding River Drive 

Toms River, NJ 08755 

908-244-5722 Fax: 908-505-8941 

Jan Larson 

Founded: 1966 Members: 350 

Dedicated to renewal of the environment and conservation of 

our natural heritage. 

Outdoor Club of South Jersey 

209 Lindsay Avenue 
Runnemede, NJ 08078 

Paulinskill Valley Trail Committee 

PC Box 7076 

Hackettstown, NJ 07840 

908-852-0597 

Leonard Frank 

Founded: 1982 Members: 150 

This group encourages preservation and protection of the 

cultural and historical values of the trail and its artifacts. 



Sierra Club - North Jersey Group 

40 Marilyn Street 

North Haledon, NJ 07508 

201-427-6863 

Somerset County Hikers 

PC Box 5327 

North Branch, NJ 08876 

Founded: 1960 

Members are dedicated to moderately strenuous hikes from 

September to May. 

Somerset Horse and Pony Association 

PC Box 84 

Plunckimen, NJ 07978 

908-725-9649 

Susan Data-Samtak 

Founded: 1970 

The Association promotes horse-oriented recreation, 

education; open lands and trails conservation activities. 

Union County Hiking Club 

26 Aspen Road 

West Orange, NJ 07052 

201-325-9140 

William Myles, Treasurer 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

New Jersey Department Environmental Protection 
Division Parks and Forests 

CN404 

Trenton, NJ 08625-0404 
609-984-1339 Fax: 609-984-1427 
Celeste Tracy, State Trails Coordinator 

New Jersey Department of Transportation 

1035 Parkway Avenue 

Trenton, NJ 08625 

609-530-8062 Fax: 609-530-5719 

Jeffrey Spicka, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 







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NEW MEXICO 



NEW YORK 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

New Mexico Horseways 

608 Bledsoe, NW 

Albuquerque, NM 87107 

505-344-7788 Fax: 505-344-7788 

Sallie Pennybacker 

Founded: 1989 

The organization works for preservation of equestrian and 

multi-use trails. 

New Mexico Volunteers for The Outdoors 

PC Box 36246 

Albuquerque, NM 87176 

505-884-1991 

Founded: 1984 Members: 200 

Our organization promotes involvement in the maintenance 

and management of public lands by creating lasting 

partnerships. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

New Mexico State Parks and Recreation 
PC Box 1147 

Santa Fe,NM 87504 

505-827-7465 Fax: 505-827-4001 

Elise McLaughlin, State Trail Coordinator 

New Mexico Highway Department 

PC Box 1149 

Santa Fe,NM 87504-1149 

505-988-3302 

James Kozak, Pedestrian Coordinator 



New Mexico Highway and Transportation 

PC Box 1149 

Santa Fe,NM 87504 

505-827-0410 

Dan Stover, Bicycle Coordinator 




STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) 
RR 3 Box 3055 

Lake George, NY 12845-9522 
Marilyn Gillespie, President 

ADK-Black River Chapter 

RR 1 Box 272T 
Glenfield,NY 12243-9801 
W. Thomas 

ADK-Finger Lakes Chapter 

53 White Church Road 
Brooktondale, NY 14817 
Nick Vandam 

ADK-Genesee Valley Chapter 

257 Greenway Boulevard 
Churchville, NY 14428 
716-293-1852 
D. Mundie 

ADK-Iroquois Chapter 

6851 Irishroad 
Marcy.NY 13403 
Michelle Scott 

ADK-Keene Valley Chapter 

Box 413 

Keene Valley, NY 12943 

D. Thomas Train 

ADK-Knickerbocker Chapter 

160 Congress Street 
Brooklyn, NY 11201-6186 
M. Broman 

ADK-Lake Placid Chapter 

91 Main Street 

Lake Placid, NY 12946 

J. Turner 

ADK-Laurentian Chapter 

Rt 2, Box 178 

Brasher Falls, NY 13613 

518-358-4474 

Bob Patterson 



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ADK-Long Island Chapter 

86 Russell Road 
Garden City, NY 11530 
P. Lanzillotta 

ADK-Mid Hudson Chapter 

23 Garfield Place 
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 
Jack Economou 

ADK-Mohican Chapter 

571 SecorRoad 
Hartsdale,NY 10530 
P. Wollner 

ADK-Niagara Frontier Chapter 

151 Rounds Avenue 
Buffalo, NY 14215 
L. Mcmullen 

ADK-North Woods Chapter 

41 Margaret Street 
Saranac Lake, NY 12983 
M McLaughlin 

ADK-Onondaga Chapter 

4944 Frank Gay Road 
Marcellus,NY 13109 
R. Drexler 

ADK-Ramapo Chapter 

11 Kwekinski Street 

W. Haverstraw, NY 10993 

Edward Walsh 

ADK-Schenectady Chapter 

PO Box 733 

Schenectady, NY 12387-0733 

518-370-5888 

Marie Haberl 

ADK-Shatagee Woods Chapter 

41 Washington Street 
Malone,NY 12953 
B. Lawrence 

ADK-Susquehanna Chapter 

36 Main Street 
Oneonta,NY 13820 
T. Mallery 



The Adirondacks 




Appalachian Mountain Club - NY/NJ Trails Chapter 

202 East 39th Street 
New York, NY 10016 
212-986-1432 
Jane Levenson 

Finger Lakes Trail Conference (FLTA) 

PO Box 18048 

Rochester, NY 14618-0048 

716-288-7191 

Howard Beye, Trail Chair 

Founded: 1962 Members: 800 

The conference promotes, instructs and coordinates the 

building, maintenance and trail corridor protection for the 

800 mile Finger Lakes Trail System. 

New York Bicycling Coalition 

c/o Lemery & Reid, 

2 Broad Street Plaza 

Glens Falls, NY 12801 

518-793-8000 

Jack Lebowitz 

New York Hiking Club 

175 W. 73rd Street 
New York, NY 11432 
212-787-5947 
L. Tamari 

New York Horse Council 

138 Albany Street 
Cazenovia,NY 13035-1224 



NEW YORK-NEW JERSEY 
TRAIL CONFERENCE 



1920anni^rsary1995 

New York / New Jersey Trails Conference 
232 Madison Avenue, Suite 908 
New York, NY 10016 
212-685-9699 Fax: 212-779-8102 

The NY/NJ Trail Conference is a volunteer organization 
which maintains over 1,200 miles of hiking trails in the bi- 
state region for enjoyment by the public. It is a federation of 
85 outdoor and hiking clubs and has 9,500 individual 
members as well. 

New York Ramblers 

4 Washington Square Village, Suite 13R 
New York, NY 10012 
Don Stevens 



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NEW YORK 



New York Snowmobile Coordinating Group 

PO Box 62 

Whitesboro.NY 13492 

315-736-7905 Fax:315-736-7905 

Mary Brusoe 

Founded: 1978 Members: 10,000 

A group comprised of county Associations with goals of 

having a large voice to imify our ideas, efforts, share 

information, lobby state officials to benefit the majority of 

land user groups 



New York State Horse Council 
6171 Chili-Riga Center Road 
Churchville, NY 14428 
716/293-2561 
Bobbi Lipka 



Catsklll Center Conservation and Development 

Route 28, Arkville, NY 12406 

914-586-2611 Fax:914-586-3044 

Founded: 1967 Members: 4,500 

The Center is building a plan for environmental protection 

and sustainable economic development that would go hand 

in hand with the Catskill Mountain Area's cultural identity. 

Cayuga Trails Club 

PO Box 754 

Ithaca, NY 14851 

607-272-8679 Fax: 607-253-3976 

Tom Reimers 

Founded: 1962 Members: 180 

The Club's mission is to explore, enjoy and preserve wild 

lands and places of natiual land historical features of the 

out-of-doors by walks and related activities. 



New York State Trails Council 

c/o New York State Parks and Planning 

#1 Empire State Plaza 

Albany, NY 12238 

518-486-2909 Fax: 518-486-2916 

Founded: 1981 

The Council formally advises four state agencies on trail 

policy matters. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Adirondack Forty-Sixers, Inc. 

279 Rand Hill Road 

Morrisonville, NY 12962-9732 

518-563-2973 

A.G. Ditmar 

Founded: 1948 Members: 3,400 



Central New York Orienteering 

6187 Smith Road 

North Syracuse, NY 13212 

Barbara Sleight 

Founded: 1979 Members: 100 

We promote the sport of orienteering in the central New 

York area by: organizing events open to the public, 

competitions and championships, workshops for school 

groups and the general public. 

Chinese Mountain Club of New York 

956 Lincoln Avenue 

Piscataway, NJ 08854 

908-463-9041 George Li 

Founded: 1984 Members: 150 

The Club promotes outings and mountaineering within the 

Oriental community. 



Adirondack Ski Touring Council 

PO Box 843 

Lake Placid, NY 12946 

518-523-1365 Fax: 518-523-9614 

Tony Goodwin 

Founded: 1986 Members: 250 

The Council strives to improve and promote cross-country 

skiing in the Lake Placid, New York, area. The Council's 

major project has been the construction and maintenance of 

the 24-mile Jackrabbit Ski Trail. 




Cresent Trail Hiking Association 

PO Box 1354 

Fairport, NY 14450 

7 16-248-5 1 22 Joy Barnitz 

Founded: 1980 Members: 168 

The Association plans, builds, and maintains a footpath 

connecting, and providing access to open space within 

Perinton, NY. 

Dutchess-Putnam County - Appalachian Trail Club 

166 Wilbur Boulevard 

Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 

914-454-4936 Fax: 914-454-1722 

Ron Rosen 

Founded: 1981 

The Club manages over 50 miles of the Appalachian Trail 

from the Hudson River to the Connecticut line. 



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Foothills Trail Club 

13781 Fish Hill Road 
South Wales, NY 14139 
Olga Rosche 

Friends of The Shawangunks 

PO Box 177 
Accord, NfY 12404 

Genesee Valley Hiking Club 

156 Dalkeith Road 
Rochester, NY 14609 
716-482-0549 
Cynthia Howk, Secretary 
Founded: 1927 

The Club is a congenial group of those who enjoy hiking and the 
out-of-doors. It is non-political, non-partisan, and non- 
sectarian. 

German-American Hiking Club 

42-51 Ketcham Street 

Elmhurst,NY 11373 

718-457-8319 

E. Hoyer 

Founded: 1958 

The Club members practice and brush up on German language 

and heritage through hiking and other outdoor activities. 

Hudson Valley Orienteering 

POBox61 

Pleasantville, NY 10570 

201-625-0499 

Paul Regan 

Founded: 1983 Members: 400 

The group teaches and promotes the sport of orienteering, 

including the winter variation of ski-orienteering. 

Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference 

23 Deer Path Road 
Central Islip, NY 11722 
516-360-0753 
Nancy Manfredonia 

Mohonk Preserve 

NewPaltz, NY 12561 

914-255-0919 Fax: 914-255-5646 

Glenn D. Hoagland 

Founded: 1963 Members: 6,000 

The group manages 6,250 acres in Ulster County, New York. 

The preserve is a model for small-scale conservation planning 

and is an outdoor classroom for public recreation and education 

as well as scientific study. 



Niagara Frontier Bicycle Club 

PO Box 211 

Amherst, NY 14226 

716-836-8359 

James T. Vozga 

Founded: 1969 Members: 500 

Organization for Action For Riverfront 

One Broadway Center, Suite 800 

Schenectady, NY 12305 

518-386-2225 Fax:518-382-0194 

Stephen Fenney 

Founded: 1978 

The organization serves as a steward for Mohawk River islands, 

baiiks and adjoining lands in Schenectady County. They 

promote sound planning in the fiiture and coordinate activities 

of concerned individuals. 

Pittsford Trail System 
c/o Parks and Recreation 

35 Lincoln Avenue 

Pittsford, NY 14534 

716-248-6280 Fax: 716-248-6286 

Doug Morgenfeld 

This office oversees building, operations and maintenance of a 

trail system within Pittsford. 

Rip Van Winkle Hikers 

24 Rivka Road 

Saugerties, NY 12477 

914-246-5670 

Fred Backhaus 

Founded: 1991 

The Club provides opportunity for members to enjoy the sport of 

hiking and promotes an appreciation of wilderness, nature, and 

local history. 

Shorewalkers Inc. 

Box 20748 - Cathedral 
New York, NY 10025 
212-663-2167 
Cyrus A. Adler 



Sierra Club - Finger Lakes Group "^ 



18 Asbury Drive 

Ithaca, NY 14850 

607-257-5909 

John Kaminsky 

Founded: 1892 Members: 600 




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Southampton Trails Preservation Society 

PO Box 1171 

Bridgehampton, NY 11932-1171 

516-537-5202 Fax: 516-537-5614 

Dai Dayton-Smith 

Founded: 1988 Members: 250 

The Society works to preserve the historic trails in 

Southampton and to encourage their use. 

Southern Tier Bicycle Club 

4009 Drexel Drive 
Vestal, NY 13850 
607-722-6005 
Members: 350 



Valley Stream Hiking Club 

130-37 233rd Street 
Laurelton, NY 11422 
718-525-2972 

Winnakee Land Trust 

PO Box 610 

Rhinebeck,NY 12572 

914-876-4213 Fax: 914-876-4240 

Christine Kane 

Founded: 1989 Members: 200 

The Trust works to preserve and protect the natural, scenic 

and recreational resoiirces of the towns and villages of Red 

Hook, Rhinebeck, Hyde Park, and Tivoli. 



Sullivan County Rails-To-Trails 

PO Box 1090 

Monticello, NY 12701 

914-794-2100 Fax: 914-796-1906 

Dennis Hewston 

Founded: 1989 Members: 100 

Our organization supports creation of a network of trails 

utilizing abandoned railroad beds. It promotes the scenic 

beauty of Sullivan County. 

Taconic Hiking Club 

Box 289 A, Rd 1 
Nassau, NY 12701 
518-732-2390 
WillardHoyt 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

New York State Trails 

c/o Miimewaswa SPP 

PO Box 893 

NewPaltz, NY 12561 

Thomas Cobb, State Trails Coordinator 

New York Department of Transportation 

1220 Washington Avenue BIdg. 4 

Albany, NY 12232 

518-457-3125 Fax:518-457-7960 

Jeffrey Olson, Bicycle/Pedestrian Program Mgr. 



The Skinnydippers 

51-04 39th Avenue 

Woodside,NY 11377-3145 

718-651-4689 

Peter Kacalanos, President 

Tri-Town Hikers 

Rd 1 Box 354 

Bainbridge, NY 13733 

607-967-8148 

Marguerite Lafayette 

Founded: 1980 

Members hike locally and maintain a six mile section of the 

Finger Lakes Trail. 

Triple Cities Hiking Club 

PO Box 22 

Johnson City, NY 13790 

Founded: 1945 Members: 200 

We provide stewardship for about fifty miles of the Finger 

Lakes Trail. 



NORTH CAROLINA 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Balsam Highland Task Force 

103 Surrey Road, - NE 

Mountains-To-Sea 

Waynesville, NC 27675 

704-456-3392 

Dr. Doris Bixby Hammett 

Founded: 1980 

The Balsam-Highlands Task Force is one of 15 task forces of 

the North Carolina Mountains-to-Sea Recreation Trail. 

Carolina Mountain Club 

46 Dixon Terrace 

Candler, NC 28715 

704-667-1287 

Jim Roddy 

Founded: 1923 Members: 420 

The Club provides a varied hiking schedule for hikers and 

maintains a 90 mile section of the Appalachian Trail. 



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NORTH CAROLINA - NORTH DAKOTA 



North Carolina Horse Council 

PO Box 25871 
Raleigh, NC 27611 

North Carolina Trails Association 

119 Gloria Avenue 
Winston-Salem, NC 27107 
Tom Dillon 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Foothills Equestrian Nature Center 

500 Hunting Country Road 

Tryon, NC 28782 

704-859-9021 Fax:704-859-9315 

Simon Thompson 

Founded: 1985 Members: 500+ 

A private non-profit organization dedicated to the 

preservation, education and recreational aspects of Polk Co., 

North Carolina, and adjacent areas of South Carolina. 

Nantahala Hiking Club 

31 Carl Slagle Road 

Franklin, NC 28734 

704-369-5007 

Charles McLaughlin 

Founded: 1954 Members: 230 

The Club has responsibility for clearing and marking the 

Appalachian Trail from Wesser on the Nantahala River to 

Bly Gap. 

Triangle Greenways Council 

520 Polk Street 

Raleigh, NC 27604 

919-828-5242 

Larkin Kirkman 

Founded: 1982 

The Council is an advocacy group for greenways and open 

space in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill region. 

Triangle Rails-To-Trails Conservancy 

703 Ninth Street, Suite 123 

Durham, NC 27705 

919-477-8442 

Rick Burt 

Founded: 1989 Members: 430 

Preserves local abandoned railroad corridors for future 

transportation and other interim uses, such as recreational 

trails. 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation 

PO Box 27687 
Raleigh, NC 27611-7687 
919-846-9991 Fax: 919-870-6843 

Darrell McBaine, State Trails Coordinator 

North Carolina Department of Transportation 

PO Box 25201 

Raleigh, NC 27611 

919-733-2804 Fax: 919-733-1391 

Curtis Yates, Bicycle Program 




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NORTH DAKOTA 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Bismarck-Mandan Rough Riders 
Snowmobile Association 

700 Glenwood Drive 

Bismarck, ND 58501 

701-223-1344 Fax: 701-221-3784 

Jim Eslinger 

Founded: 1960 Members: 105 

The Association provides an opportunity for members to 

enjoy and promote the sport of snowmobiling; and works to 

ensure that trails have public access, stay open year round 

and be maintained, signed and safe. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

North Dakota Parks and Tourism Department 

1835 E. Bismarck Expressway 
Bismarck, ND 58504 
701-224-5369 Fax: 701-224-4878 
Randy Harmon, State Trails Coordinator 



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OHIO 



OHIO 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail- Ohio Section 

7 Peabody Drive 

Oxford, OH 45056 

513-523-4851 

Paul Daniel, State ADT Coordinator 

Founded: 1992 

This group supports development of the Ohio section of the 

transcontinental American Discovery Trail 

Buckeye Trail Association 

PO Box 254, Worthington, OH 43085 

419-447-5464 

Jerry Starcher, President 

The Association supports the development and maintenance 

of the 1,100-mile Buckeye Trail which circumnavigates the 

entire state. 

Ohio ATV Association 

2671 Berrell Avenue 
Columbus, OH 43211 
Larry Schreiner 

Ohio Horse Council, Medina County Chapter 

1412 Gordon Road 
Lyndhurst, OH 44124 
Joe Bush 

Ohio Horseman's Council, Inc. 

2190 Coonpath Road, NW 
Lancaster, OH 43130 
Ed Rannebarger 

Ohio State Snowmobile Association 

PO Box 262 

Bucyrus, OH 44820 

419-562-2862 

Donald E.Steinman 

Founded: 1976 Members: 2,000 

The Association promotes the sport of snowmobiling, 

striving to unite all snowmobilers and keeping them 

informed of issues locally, statewide, midwest region, 

nationally and internationally. 



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Ohio to Erie Trail 

PO Box 218207 

Columbus, OH 43221-8207 

614-538-0607 Fax: 614-538-0775 

Ed Norton 

This organization is working to establish a network of trails 

from Cincinnati to Cleveland, using lands formerly 

occupied by railroads and canals. 

Ohio Trails Council 

6502 Olde York Road 
Parma Heights, OH 44130 
Emily S. Gregor 
Founded: 1958 Members: 1,000 

Rails-To-Trails of Ohio 

692 N. High Street, Suite 211 

Columbus, OH 43215 

614-224-8707 Fax: 614-224-4714 

Terry Berrigan 

Founded: 1989 Members: 4,100 

This chapter of RTC works to enhance America's 

communities and countrysides by converting thousands of 

miles of abandoned rail corridors and cormecting open 

spaces into a nationwide network of public trails. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Youth Hostel - Columbus Council 

PO Box 14384 

Columbus, OH 43214 

614-447-1006 Ann Gerckens 

Founded: 1934 Members: 2,500 

The organization helps all people imderstand and gain a 

greater understanding of the world by providing educational 

and recreational opportunities while living and traveling. 

Chagrin Valley Trails and Riding 

449 North Main Street 

Chagrin Falls, OH 44022 

216-247-2742 C.C. McConnell 

Founded: 1947 Members: 100 

This organization educates young and old riders in the 

proper use the trails, maintenance of the trails and generally 

stay in touch with conservation efforts in area. 

Cleveland Hiking Club, Inc. 

PO Box 347097 

Cleveland, OH 44134-7097 

Pat Maker 

Founded: 1919 Members: 675 

The Club is dedicated to promote hiking for health and 

recreation. 



OHIO 




Cuyahoga Valley Trails Council 

810 Cedar Grove Circle 
Sagamore Hills, OH 44067 
216-467-3624 
Kathleen Pettingill 

Heart of Ohio Hikers 

3118 La Vista Drive 
Columbus, OH 43204-2136 
614-275-4593 
Lisa G Petruzzi 
Founded: 1987 

Metro Dayton Hikers 

138 Bonita Drive 
Dayton, OH 45415 
Edward W. DeLaet 
Founded: 1991 Members: 100 



Metro Parks, Serving Summit County 

975 Treaty Line Road 

Akron, OH 44313 

216-867-5511 Fax:216-867-4711 

Brent Wood 

Founded: 1921 

Metro Parks, serving Summit County include eleven 

developed parks, the F.A. Seiberling Naturealm, a 23 -mile 

bicycle and hiking trail and several large conservation areas. 

Northeast Ohio Council - American Youth Hostel 

6093 Stanford Road 

Peninsula, OH 44264-4613 

216-441-1717 

Daniel A. Nolan 

Founded: 1985 Members: 1,500 

The Council furthers hosteling for youth and like minded 

budget travel and activities. This Council operates of the 

Stanford House Hostel located in the center of the Cuyahoga 

Valley National Recreation Area 

North Coast Inland Trail Conservancy 

405 Augusta - PO Box 248 
Elmore, OH 43416 
Dan Laity 

Northwestern Ohio Rails-To-Trails (NORTA) 

5455 JefiFers Road 

Whitehouse, OH 43571 

419-875-5155 

Marianne Duvendack 

Founded: 1991 Members: 300 

NORTA is one of five owners of the 65 mile, 900 acre 

Wabash Cannonball Trail. 



Orienteering Cincinnati 

5412 College Comer Pike, Suite 113 

Oxford, OH 45056-1031 

Mike Minium 

Founded: 1983 Members: 200 

The organization provides opportunities for map and 

compass navigation and education. 

Richland County Trail 

2295 Lexington Avenue 

Mansfield, OH 44907 

419-884-3764 

The group is working to develop an 18-mile rail-trail in 

Richland County. 

Scioto Bicycle Path 

c/o Columbus Recreation and Parks 
420 W. Whittier Street 
Columbus, OH 43215 
614-645-3308 Fax: 614-645-8839 
Mollie O'Donnell 

Transplant Trotters 

4245 East Galbraith Road 

Cincinnati, OH 45236 

513-793-7755 

Donna Laurence 

Informal walks and various health information are provided 

for members and^thers who are interested. 

U.C. Mountaineering Club 

217 TUC 

University of Cincinnati 

Cincinnati, OH 45221 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 



Ohio Department Natural Resources 

Fountain Square Bldg. C-4 
Columbus, OH 43224 
614-265-6402 Fax: 614-267-4764 

Bill Daehler, State Trails Coordinator 

Ohio Department of Transportation 

25 S. Front Street, Room 622 
Columbus, OH 43215 
614-752-5359 Fax: 614-752-4718 
Julie A. Donovan, Bicycle Coordinator 



OHIO 




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OKLAHOMA - OREGON 



OKLAHOMA 



OREGON 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 



Okie Dirt Riders 

PC Box 892662 

Oklahoma City, OK 73189 

405-769-3328 

Stormy Sims 

Founded: 1979 Members: 73 

The Dirt Riders promote recreational motorcycling, foster 

amateur motorcycle competition, preserve recreational 

motorcycle land areas, promote activities and have fun. 



Oklahoma Bicycle Society 

4505 N. Utah Avenue 
Oklahoma City, OK 73112 
405-728-1250 
Ingrid Wels 



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Oklahoma Earthbike Fellowship 

PO Box 1462 
Bethany, OK 73008 
405-943-5423 
Paul Purser 

Oklahoma Equestrian Trail Riders 

RtlBoxll4-B-l 
Norman, OK 73072 
405-321-6458 
Robert Shapiro 

Oklahoma Trails Association 

Rt 3 Box 261 
Bartlesville, OK 74003 
Deborah Langley 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Oklahoma Department of 
Tourism and Recreation 

2401 N. Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 500 
Oklahoma City, OK 73105 
405-521-2904 Fax: 405-521-3992 

Susan Henry, State Trails Coordinator 

Oklahoma Department of Transportation and 
Urban Design 

200 NE 21st Street, Suite 2-C2 
Oklahoma City, OK 73105 
405-521-2454 Fax: 405-521-6528 

Tim Gatz, Bicycle Coordinator 




Oregon ATV Association 

1655 Thompson 
Coos Bay, OR 97420 
503-269-1493 
Kay Thompson 

Oregon Cycling 

455 W. 1st Avenue 
Eugene, OR 97401 
503-686-9885 
Jason More 



Oregon Equestrian Trails 

9205 SB Clachamas Road 

Bend, OR 97702 

503-388-2537 

Chuck Engel 

Founded: 1974 Members: 300 

The organization works to establish and maintain equestrian 

trails and camps throughout the state of Oregon. 

Oregon Horsemen's Association 

3525 Garden Avenue 
Springfield, OR 97478 

Oregon OfT-Highway Vehicle Association 

PO Box 190 
Lakeside, OR 97449 

Oregon Trail Coordinating Council (OTCC) 

222 NW Davis, Suite 309 

PorUand, OR 97205 

503-228-7245 Fax:503-228-6862 

Jim Renner, Executive Director 

OTCC works throughout Oregon to promote and preserve 

historic trails. 

Trails Club of Oregon 

PO Box 1243 
Portland, OR 97207 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Ashland Mountain Supply Hiking Club 

31 N. Main 
Ashland, OR 97520 
503-488-5402 



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OREGON - PENNSYLVANIA 



Eugene OfT Road Cyclists 

POBox 12122 

Eugene, OR 97440 

503-343-0314 

Drummond Evans 

Founded: 1994 

These Cyclists promote land access and maintenance of trails. 

They believe in and adhere to the International Mountain 

Bicycling Association rules of the trails and believe that all 

users can share the limited resources we all enjoy. 

Friends of Wildwoods and Trails, Inc. 

PO Box 845 

Lincoln City, OR 97367 

Klamath Basin Snowdrifters 

POBox 1125 

Klamath Falls, OR 97603 

503-882-6019 

Irene Keltey 

Founded: 1969 Members: 120 

The Snowdrifters promote and enjoy snowmobiling. 

Mazamas 

909 NW 19th 

Portland, OR 97209 

503-227-2345 

Richard Getgen 

Founded: 1894 Members: 3,017 

The Mazamas provide a comprehensive climbing program with 

allied activities that enhance and protect participants and the 

envirorunent. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Oregon Parks and Recreation 

1115 Commercial Street, NE 

Salem, OR 97310 

503-378-6378 Fax: 503-378-6447 

Peter D. Bond, State Trails Coordinator 

Oregon Department of Transportation 

Transportation Building, Room 210 
Salem, OR 97310 

503-986-3555 Fax: 503-986-3749 

Michael Ronkin, Bikeway Specialist 



PENNSYLVANIA 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

ADK-Cold River Chapter 

Box 396 

Point Pleasant, PA 18950 

B. Barr 

Bicycling Federation of Pennsylvania 

PO Box 1 1625 

Harrisburg, PA 17108 

717-975-0888 Fax:717-731-0565 

Tom Helm 

The Federation actively advocates education, regulation and 

legislation to make bicycling easier and safer. 



Keystone Trails Association 

POBox 251 

Cogan Station, PA 17728 

717-322-0293 

Mildred J. Forrester, Treasurer 

Pennsylvania Rails-To-Trails 

2310 Grant Building 
Pittsburgh, PA 15219 
412-471-1800 
Richard R. Wilson 



Pennsylvania Trail Riders Association 

PO Box 77 

Thomasville, PA 17364-0077 

717-792-3062 

David Packard 

Rails-to-Trails of Pennsylvania 

105 Locust Street 

Harrisburg, PA 17101 

717-975-2998 Fax: 717-975-2998 

Tom Sexton 

Founded: 1989 Members: 7,000 

RTC of Pennsylvania works to enhance communities by 

converting thousands of miles of abandoned rail corridors and 

connecting open spaces into a nationwide network of public 

trails. 





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PENNSYLVANIA 



LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Allegheny Outdoor Club 

23 Jefferson Street 

Warren, PA 16365 

814-726-2628 

Barbara Aaron 

Founded: 1968 

The Club enjoys the outdoors primarily through hiking and a 

wide-range of other activities. 

Allegheny Valley Land Trust 

222 Market Street - PO Box 777 

Kittanning, PA 16201 

412-543-4478 Fax: 412-548-3413 

Robert Knepshield 

Purchasing and converting 52 miles of abandoned railroad 

right-of-way into a multi-purpose, non-motored recreational 

trail in Armstrong and Clarion Coimties. 

Allegheny Valley Trails Association 

153 S. Sixth Avenue 

Clarion, PA 16214 

814-226-2576 

Dr. David Howes 

Founded: 1990 Members: 100 

The focus of this Association is to acquire and develop 

abandoned railbeds in northwest Permsylvania for 

non-motorized recreational uses. 

Anthracite Scenic Trails Association 

353RRR6, Dallas, PA 18612 

717-675-9016 

Founded: 1992 

The Association promotes and coordinates the acquisition 

and preservation of abandoned and inactive railroad 

rights-of-way along the Susquehanna River and into the 

Pocono and Endless Mountains. 

Arrowhead Trail 

610 E.McMuny Road 
McMurray,PA 15317 
Joanne Nelson 

Batona Hiking Club of Philadelphia 

150 N. Bethlehem Pike D-10 

Ambler, PA 19002 

215-646-3548 

Bette Irwin 

Founded: 1928 Members: 350 

The Club organizes hikes and other outdoor activities for the 

general public, taking part in the construction and 

maintenance of trails. 



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Berks County Conservancy 

960 Old Mill Road 

Wyomissing, PA 19610 

Phoebe Hopkins 

Founded: 1974 Members: 600 

The conservancy works with private citizens, government 

agencies and other groups to preserve important 

environmental, agricultural and historic resources in Berks 

Coimty. 

Blue Mountain Eagle Hiking and Climbing Club 

PO Box 14982 
Reading, PA 19612 
215-678-5564 

Buxmont Riding Club 

2255 County Line Road 

Telford, PA 18969 

215-257-9138 William Benner 

Founded: 1944 Members: 92 

This is a family-oriented horseback riding club. 

Churchville Nature Center 

501 Chiu'chville Lane 

Churchville, PA 18966 

215-357-4005 Fax: 215-396-1153 

Kirsten Becker 

Founded: 1964 Members: 900 

The center nurtures an attitude of caring, respect and 

understanding for the natural world through environmental 

education programs and activities and provides a haven for 

wildlife and plants. 

Conewago Trail 

Lancaster County Parks and Recreation 

1050 Rockford Road 
Lancaster, PA 17602 
717-299-8217 Fax: 717-295-5942 
John Gerencser 

Cumberland Valley Rail Trails 

PO Box 100 

Rouzerville, PA 17250 

7 17-765-429 1 Carl H Silverman 

Founded: 1990 Members: 200 

The organization promotes establishment of rail-trails in 

Cimiberland and Franklin Counties in Permsylvania and 

Washington County in Maryland. 




PENNSYLVANIA 



Delaware Valley Orienteering Association 

14 Lake Drive 

Spring City, PA 19475-2721 

Mary Frank 

Founded: 1967 Members: 700 

The Association provides instruction in map reading and 

compass use and holds events and competitions focusing on 

the use of orienteering maps. 

Fort Armstrong Horseman's Association Inc. 

Rd 6 - Box 279 G 

Kittanning, PA 16201 

412-543-1100 Fax:412-543-1526 

John W. Gray 

Founded: 1980 Members: 430 

The Association works to preserve and establish horse 

facilities and trails. 



Lebanon Valley Rails-To-Trails 

278 Old Mt. Gretna Road 

Lebanon, PA 17042 

717-867-2101 

Founded: 1992 

The organization promotes the acquisition and development 

of abandoned railroad corridors for use as multi-purpose 

recreational trails in Lebanon County. 

Lehigh Valley ATV Association 

1918 Wehr Avenue 

Allentown, PA 18104 

215-434-5954 

Clifford Strauss, Jr. 

Founded: 1985 Members: 300 

The Association promotes the sport of ATV-ing through 

safety training and public awareness. 




Friends of the Delaware Canal 

145 South Main Street 

New Hope, PA 18938 

215-862-2021 

Founded: 1982 Members: 600 

The Friends are dedicated to the preservation and 

maintenance of the Delaware Canal. 

Friends of the Wissahickon Inc. 

5730 Rising Sun Avenue 
Philadelphia, PA 19120 

Horseways 

c/o Industrial Valley Supply 

Berwyn, PA 19312 

215-644-1191 Fax:215-993-9679 

Karl Sacks 

Founded: 1973 Members: 100 

Horseways works to establish trails and open space mostly in 

Montgomery County. 

Indiana University of Pennsylvania Orienteering Club 

110 Concord Street 

Indiana, PA 15705 

Indiana University of Pennsylvania 

Founded: 1972 

The Club participates in and promotes orienteering. 

Lancaster Hiking Club 

POBox 7922 

Lancaster, PA 17604-7922 

Jeff Biethauer 

The Club organizes walks for recreation and maintains the 

Conestoga Trail. 



Mason-Dixon Trail System, Inc. 

89 W. Main Street 

Dallastown, PA 17313 

717-244-8040 

Ronald R. Gray 

Founded: 1980 Members: 300 

The organization works to build and maintain our hiking 

trails. 

M idstate Trail Association 

PO Box 167 

Boalsburg, PA 16827 

814-237-7703 

Tom Thwaites 

Founded: 1992 Members: 120 

The Association maintains, extends and protects the 

Midstate Hiking Trail in central Pennsylvania. 

Mill Creek Loop Trail 

Ridgway Road 
Rd 1 Box 28A 
Ridgway, PA 15853 
Leon Blashock 

Montour Trail Council 

POBox 11866 

Pittsburgh, PA 15228 

412-831-2030 

Founded: 1989 Members: 600 

The Council works to acquire, construct and maintain the 

Montour Trail. 




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PENNSYLVANIA 



Octorara Area Trail Society 

552 Mt. Vernon Road 

Oxford, PA 19363 

717-529-2786 

Teh D'ignazio 

The Society works to educate, conserve, and preserve; to identify 

existing trails and develop a contiguous system before 

development causes loss of trails and their natural beauty. 

Rail-Trail Council of North East Pennsylvania 

PO Box 100 

Clifford, PA 18413 

717-679-2042 

Nancy Ross 

Founded: 1991 Members: 800 

The Council is dedicated to renewing northeast Permsylvania's 

historic pathways as recreational trails for all to enjoy. 

Rails-To-Trails Blair County 

PO Box 592 

HoUidaysburg, PA 16648 

814-696-3474 

Palmer Brown 

Founded: 1989 Members: 385 

Our mission is to convert abandoned railroad corridors into 

recreation trails and to preserve and educate the public about 

railroad history and heritage. 

Roaring Run Trail 

c/o Watershed Association 

215 Rovel Street 
Appolo,PA 15613 

Andy Schreffler 

Schuylkill River Greenway Association 

960 Old Mill Road 

Wyomissing, PA 19610 

610-372-3916 

Victor Yamell 

Members: 600 

The Association is devoted to encouraging communities along 

the River to improve their riverfronts, create parks, walkways, 

bikeways, and fishing and boating facilities. 

Schuylkill River Development Council 

2314 South Street 

Philadelphia, PA 19146 

215-958-9393 

John Randolph 

Founded: 1992 Members: 180 



The Council promotes and funds construction of the Schuylkill 
River Park extension from Spruce Street to the Fairmount water 
works. 

Schuylkill Conservation District 

7197 Fairlane Village Mall 

Pottsville, PA 17901 

717-429-1529 Fax: 717-429-0698 

Patrick McKinney 

Founded: 1990 Members: 300 

Shanksmare 

1756 S. Queen Street 
York, PA 17403 
717-846-3132 
Chad Eyler 

Sierra Club - Allegheny Group 

210 College Park Drive 

Monroeville, PA 15146 

412-327-8737 Bruce Sundquist 

Founded: 1971 Members: 4,000 

The group is primarily environmental with a peripheral outings 

organization. 

South Wayne Trail Riders Association 

PO Box 323 

Greentown, PA 18426 

717-689-9197 

June Reed 

Founded: 1966 Members: 136 

Works closely with federal and state land managers to establish 

and maintain equestrian trails. 

Susquehanna Appalachian Trail Club, Inc. 

POBox 61001 
Harrisburg,PA 17106-1001 
717-564-1447 

Susquehanna Valley Orienteering 

5587 Merciury Road 

Harrisburg, PA 17109 

717-657-1833 

Michael Ball 

The organization provides education and organized events in the 

sport of recreational and competitive orienteering in central 

Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. 

Susquehannock Trail Club 

PO Box 643 

Coudersport, PA 16915 

Founded: 1967 Members: 250 

The Club maintains the Susquehaimock Hiking Trail. 



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The Leadfooters 

19 Cambridge Lane 
Chambersburg, PA 17201 

Wissahickon Valley Watershed 

12 Morris Road 
Ambler, PA 19002 
215-646-8866 
Judith Gratz 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Pennsylvania Bureau of State Parks 

PO Box 8551 

Harrisburg, PA 17105-8551 
717-787-6674 Fax: 1\1-1%1-%U1 

Edwin Deaton, State Trails Coordinator 

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 

917 Transport and Safety Bldg. 
Harrisburg, PA 17120 

717-787-1252 

Ron Myers, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 




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RHODE ISLAND 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Appalachian Mountain Club 
Narragansett Chapter Trails 

12 Woodlawn Road 

North Smithfield, RI 02896 

401-762-1694 

Eric Sjoblom 

IMBA, Rhode Island Fat Tire Association 

245 Old Coach Road 
Charlestown, RI 02813 
401-364-0786 
Michael Morris 

Rhode Island Federation of Riding Clubs 

86 Foster Center Road 

Foster, RI 02825 

Beth Stone 

Founded: 1967 Members: 500 

This united group of organized horse clubs and individual 

horse people, creates cooperative thought and action towards 

establishing and maintaining suitable control of bridle trails. 

Rhody Rovers Motorcycle Club 

1581 Ten Rod Road 
Exeter, RI 02822 
William Haas 



PUERTO RICO 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 



Department of Recreation and Sports 

Box 3207 

San Juan, PR 00902 

809-723-8506 Fax: 809-724-7820 

Evelyn Canals, State Trails Coordinator 

Department Transportation and Public Works 

Box 41269 Minillas Station 
San Juan, PR 00940-7269 
809-723-3760 Fax: 809-727-779 

Martha Bravo Colunga, Bicycle Coordinator 




LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

East Bay Bicycle Path 

Colt State Park 

Bristol, RI 02809 

401-253-7482 Fax: 401-253-6766 

Kevin O'Malley 

Narragansett Bay Wheelmen 

Box 1317 

East Providence, RI 02945 

401-246-2753 

David Andrews 

Founded: 1971 Members: 1,000 

This organization focuses on road cycling, not off-road 

bicycling. We put emphasis on cycling for enjoyment, not 

for competition or high-performance. 




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RHODE ISLAND - SOUTH CAROLINA - SOUTH DAKOTA 



North South Trail Council 

c/o Department of Environmental Management 

Planning Division 

83 Park Street 

Providence, RI 02903 

401-277-2776 Fax: 401-277-2069 

Ginny Leslie 

Founded: 1993 Members: 169 

The Council supports establishment of a multi-use, 

non-motorized trail system extending from the 

Massachusetts border to the southern coast of Rhode Island. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Rhode Island Division of Planning and Design 

83 Park Street 
Providence, RI 02903 
401-277-2776 Fax: 401-277-2069 

Ginny Leslie, State Trails Coordinator 

Rhode Island Department of Transportation 

Two Capitol Hill - State Office Building 
Providence, RI 02903 
401-277-2023 Fax: 401-277-3435 

Constance V. Daniels, Bicycle Coordinator 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 



Carolina Backpackers Association 

POBox 30192 
Charleston, SC 29417 
803-889-3378 



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Palmetto Trails 

1314 Lincoln Street, Suite 213 

Columbia, SC 29201-3154 

803-771-0870 Fax: 803-771-0590 

Ken Driggers, Executive Director 

Founded: 1994 

This organization was established to promote the 

development of the Palmetto Trail, South Carolina's State 

Trail. 

Sierra Club / South Carolina Chapter 

1314 Lincoln Street 
Columbia, SC 29211 
800-944-8733 
A I Graves 
Members: 3,500 



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South Carolina River Trails 

1205 Pendleton Street 
Columbia, SC 29201 
803-734-1654 
Joan Davis 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Foothills Trail Conference 

PC Box 3041 
Greenville, SC 29602 
803-297-9568 
Karen Lajleur 
Members: 200 

North Augusta Trail 

c/o Parks and Recreation 
POBox 6400 
North Augusta, SC 29841 
J. Robert Brooks 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

South Carolina Parks, Recreation, and Tourism 
Division of Recreation 

1205 Pendleton Street 
Columbia, SC 29201 
803-734-0147 Fax: 803-734-0670 
Ron Carter, State Trails Coordinator 

South Carolina Department of Highways 

POBox 191 

Columbia, SC 29202-0191 

803-737-1620 Fax: 803-737-638 

Tom Dodds, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 



SOUTH DAKOTA 



South Dakota Horse Council 

Rt 3 Box 79 
Gettysburg, SD 57442 

South Dakota Snowmobile Association 

PO Box 697 
Spearfish, SD 57783 
605-886-9208 
Courtney Livingston 

South Dakota Trail Riders 

RR 3 Box 54 
Watertown,SD 57201 
605-882-1423 
Cleo Meek 




SOUTH DAKOTA - TENNESSEE - TEXAS 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

South Dakota Department Game, Fish, and Parks 

523 E. Capitol Avenue 

Pierre, SD 57501 

605-773-4230 Fax: 605-773-6245 

Kim Raap, State Trails Coordinator 

Department of Transportation 
Planning and Program 

700 Broadway Avenue East 

Pierre, SD 57501-2586 

605-773-3155 Fax:605-773-9321 

Craig Mclntyre, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 





TENNESSEE 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANI2LATIONS 

Tennessee Trails Association 

123 Blackburn Avenue 

Nashville, TN 37205 

615-352-7474 

Bob Richards, State Trails Coordinator 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Tennessee Eastman Hiking and Camping Club 
c/o Eastman Recreation Club 

Eastman Employee Center - PC Box 511 

Kingsport, TN 37662 

615-229-1484 Fax: 615-229-4558 

Steve Perri 

Founded: 1946 Members: 800 

The Club provides organized hiking and paddling 

opportunities for members. It also maintains 125 miles of 

the Appalachian Trail from Damascus, Virginia, to Spivey 

Gap, North Carolina. 

Mt Rogers Applachian Trail Club 

153 Kingsbridge 
Bristol, TN 37620 
703-628-2601 
Michael Diflora 



St Ignatius Hiking Club 

309 Club Parkway 
Nashville, TN 37221-1904 
415-587-1435 
Merrily Bossart 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation 
Recreation Service Division 

401 Church Street, 10th Floor 
Nashville, TN 37243-0439 
615-532-0753 Fax: 615-532-0778 

Bob Richards, State Trails Coordinator 

Tennessee Department of Transportation 

505 Deaderick Street, Suite 700 
Nashville, TN 37243-0349 
615-741-5310 Fax:615-741-2508 
William R Jacobs, Transportation Planner 



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TEXAS 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Lone Star Cyclist 

2330 SE 8th 

Grand Prairie, TX 75051 

214-642-1203 Fax: 214-642-9788 

Jerry Debo 

Founded: 1969 Members: 120 

Our organization promotes outdoor activities primarily for 

fun always focused for responsible users. We also educate, 

encourage and invigorate all participants in club activities. 

Sierra Club - Lone Star Chapter 

PC Box 1931 
Austin, TX 78767 

817-547-5844 Fax: 817-547-7060 
John Compher 
Members: 17,000 

To explore, enjoy and protect wild places; practice and 
promote responsible use of resources; to educate and enlist 
humanity to protect and restore the quality of natural and 
human environment. 



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Texas Endurance Riders Association 

HC 2 Box 157 

Kennard, TX 75847 

409-655-2773 

Bo Parrish 

Founded: 1979 Members: 101 

The Association promotes endurance riding as defined by the 

American Endurance Ride Conference, and to help develop a 

permanent horse trail in the Davy Crockett National Forest. 

Texas Trails Association 

1607 Westmoor 
AusUn, TX 78723 
512-452-9760 
Ken Miller 

Texas Trails Network 

605 West Moore 
Terrell, TX 75160 
Paul Morobitlo 



Save Barton Creek Association 

3306 Gentry Drive 

Austin, TX 78746 

512-328-2481 Fax: 512-328-3001 

George Cofer 

The purpose of the Association is the preservation of Barton 

Springs and the unique environment of the Barton Creek 

Watershed and Zilker Park. 

Sierra Club Houston Group 

PO Box 3021 

Houston, TX 77253-3021 

West Texas Trail Walkers, Inc. 

1100 Wayland Drive 

Arlington, TX 76012 

817-460-4889 

Thomas A Spencer, President 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 



LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Cross Timbers Equestrian Trail Association 

3805 Post Oak Road 

Flower Mound, TX 75028 

817-430-0071 Fax: 817-491-4691 

Cummins Linda 

Founded: 1993 Members: 87 

The Association develops, maintains and preserves 

equestrian trails in the community and promotes safety and 

responsible trail use. 

Houston Orienteering Club 

PO Box 18251 

Houston, TX 77023 

713-484-1391 

Carolyn Ortegon 

Founded: 1976 

The Club promotes the sport of orienteering in our region. 

Houston Sierra Club 

12515 Westinere 

Houston, TX 77077 

713-497-8205 

Margaret Dutch 

Members: 3,000 

Club members build and maintain hiking trails and promote 

hiking in Texas. 




Texas Parks Greenways Program 

4200 Smith School Road 

Austin, TX 78744 

512-389-4735 Fax: 512-389-4469 

Kathryn Nichols, Trails and Greenways 



Texas Department of Transportation 

125 E. llthSti-eet 

Austin, TX 78701-2483 

512-302-2121 Fax:512-416-3161 

Paul Douglas, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 




UTAH 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 



American Discovery Trail - Utah Section 

PO Box 508 

Beaver, UT 84713 

801-438-2896 Fax: 801-438-2812 

Chad Johnson, State ADT Coordinator 



Backcountry Horsemen of Utah 

2613 Madison Avenue 
Ogden,UT 84401 
801-625-3127 




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UTAH 



National Pony Express Association - Utah Division 

1574 West 6235 South 
Murray, UT 84123 

Oregon/California Tails Association 
Utah Crossroads Chapter 

300 Rio Grande 

Salt Lake City, UT 84101 

Utah ATV Association 

4933 Elaine Drive 

West Valley City, UT 84120 

801-969-1340 

Linda Van Wyck 

Utah Historic Trails Consortium 

300 Rio Grande 

Salt Lake City, UT 84101 

Utah Horse Council 

1557 29th Street 
Ogden, UT 84403 
Jack Shaw 

Utah Mountain Bike Association 

476 E. South Temple, Suite 246 
Salt Lake City, UT 84111 
Doug Alley 

Utah Snowmobile Association 

598 W. 11400 S. 

West Jordan, UT 84065 

801-57-15671 

Craig Crazier 

Utah Trails Council 

Weber County Plaiming / Municipal Suite 714 
Ogden, UT 84401 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

ATV Association 

PC Box 70586 

West Valley City, UT 84120 

Basin and Range 4 Wheel Drive Club 

4082 S. Carrie Drive 
West Valley, UT 84120 



Big Horn 4X4 

4511 S. 2525 W. 
Roy, UT 84067 





Bonneville Shorline Trail 

PC Box 58325 

Salt Lake City, UT 84158 

Cedar City Trails Council 

PC Box 249 

HON. Main 

Cedar City, UT 84414 

801-586-2950 

Bob Tate 

Mountain Trails Foundation 

PO Box 754 

Park City, UT 84060 

801-649-6839 



North View Trails Committee 

2850 N. 1000 W. 
Ogden, UT 84414 
801-782-3947 
Georgia Yardley-Baker 

Odgen East Bench Trails Council 

2685 Shamrock Drive 

Ogden, UT 84401 

801-626-6659 Fax: 801-626-7130 

Mikel Vause 

Founded: 1989 

The Council is in charge of trail design, development, 

maintenance and protection of the trail network in Ogden. 

Ogden Trails Network 

2484 Washington Boulevard 
Odgen, UT 84401 
801-629-8930 

Wasatch Mountain Club 

888 South 200 East 

Salt Lake City, UT 84106 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Utah Division of Parks and Recreation 

1636 W. North Temple, Suite 116 
Salt Lake City, UT 84116 
801-538-7344 Fax: 801-538-7238 
John Knudson, State Trails Coordinator 

Utah Department of Transportation 

4501 South 2700 West 
Salt Lake City, UT 84119 
801-965-4390 Fax: 801-965-4338 
Kim Morris, Community Relations 



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VERMONT 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Green Mountain Club, Inc. 

RR 1 Box 650, Rt 100 

Waterbury Center, VT 05677 

802-244-7037 

Dennis Shaffer, Executive Director 

The Club protects and maintains the Long Trail, America's 

oldest long-distance hiking trail. 

National Audubon Society - Vermont State Office 

Box 9, Fiddler's Green 

Waitsfield, VT 05673 

802-496-5727 

Steve Young 

Founded: 1901 Members: 3,500 

The major focus of the society is protection of wildlife with 

special focus on birds through protection of habitat utilizing 

education research and advocacy is at the center of 

Audubon's mission in Vermont. 

Vermont Association of Snow Travelers 
PO Box 839 
Montpelier, VT 05601 
802-229-4202 
Wayne Pelkey 

Vermont ATV Riders Association 

Box 3460 

RuUand, VT 05701 
802-773-8991 
Dick Bailey 

Vermont Horse Council 

PO Box 20 

East Montpelier, VT 05651-0029 

Constance Geisler 

Vermont Off-Road Cycle Association 

Box3161-RRl 

Arlington, VT 05250 

802-375-9214 

Jim Tasse 

Vermont Trails and Greenways Council 

1531 River Road 

Stowe, VT 05672 

802-253-7758 Fax: 802-253-2856 

Anne Lush 

Founded: 1988 



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Catamount Trail Association 

PO Box 1235 

Burlington, VT 05402 

802-864-5794 

Pennie McEdward-Rand 

Founded: 1984 Members: 1,000 

Charged with building, maintaining and protecting a public 

cross-country ski trail the length of Vermont. 

Lake Champlain Paddlers Trail 

89 Caroline Street 
Burlington, VT 05401 
802-864-9976 
Kevin Rose 

Upper Valley Land Trust 

PO Box 1229 
Norwich, VT 05055 
802-785-2964 
Bill Bridge 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Vermont Division of Recreation 
Recreation Section 

103 S. Main Street 
Waterbury, VT 05671-0604 
802-241-3689 Fax: 802-244-1481 
George Plumb, State Trails Coordinator 

Vermont Agency of Transportation 

133 State Street 

Montpelier, VT 05602 

802-828-2657 

J.E.R. Landry, Bicycle Coordinator 

Vermont Agency of Transportation 

133 State Street 

Montpelier, VT 05633 

802-828-27 11 Fax: 802-828-2829 

Jodee Anderson, Pedestrian Coordinator 




VIRGINIA 




VIRGINIA 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Virginia Bicycle Federation 

607 W. 27th Street 
Richmond, VA 23225 
804-649-6916 
Ellen Farnham 



Virginia Horse Council 

Rt 2 Box 273 
Newport, VA 24128 
703-544-7471 
Ron Frank 



Virginia Trails Association 

13 Maple Street 

Alexandria, VA 22301 

703-548-7490 

Jeannette Fitzwilliams, President 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Capital Hiking Club 

6200 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 703 

Falls Church, VA 22044 

703-533-9327 

Ron Dixon 

Founded: 1937 Members: 325 

The Club is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is 

to provide wholesome recreational opportunities through hiking 

and other outdoor activities. 

Fredericksburg Cyclists 

PC Box 7844 

Fredericksburg, VA 22404 

Founded: 1984 Members: 165 

We organize bicycle rides and tours, promote bicycle safety and 

encourage local ofiFicials to pursue a bicycle-fiiendly town. 

Mt Rogers Appalachian Trail Club 

153 Kingsbridge 
Bristol, TN 37620 
703-628-2601 
Michael Diflora 

Natural Bridge Appalachian Trail Club 

PC Box 3012 
Lynchburg, VA 24503 
804-946-7084 
Norman Sykora, President 



Northern Virginia Trail Riders 

8313 AccotinkRoad 

Lorton, VA 22079 

703-339-5131 

Robert Hammond 

Founded: 1970 

We are recreational trail users, highly concerned about future 

trail availabihty. We actively support well designed multiple 

use trails. 

Old Dominion Appalachian Trail Club 

PC Box 25283 
Richmond, VA 23260 
804-796-6763 
Theresa Duffey, President 

Outing Club at Virginia Tech 

PC Box 538 

Blacksburg, VA 24063 

The Club sponsors and leads various outdoor activities for club 

members and other students and local residents. They also 

maintain 30 miles of the Appalachian Trail in southwest 

Virginia. 

Potomac Appalachian Trail Club (PATC) 

118 Park Street, SE 

Vienna, VA 22180 

703-242-0693 

In addition to maintaining 240 miles of the Appalachian Trail, 

PATC offers volunteer support for some 700 miles of other trails 

in the four state area around Washington, DC. 

Quantico Orienteering Club 

6212 Thomas Drive. 

Springfield, VA 22150-1220 

703-971-2092 

Sidney Sachs 

Founded: 1967 Members: 450 

The Club provides bi-weekly orienteering events in the 

Washington, DC-Baltimore, MD, metro area. 

Roanoke Appalachian Trail Conference 

PC Box 12282 
Roanoke, VA 24024 
703-387-2347 

Sierra Club Metro Regional Outing Program 

4201 Lee Highway, Suite 401 
Arlington, VA 22207 
Hugh Mcintosh 




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Tidewater Appalachian Trail Club 

Box 8246 

Norfolk, VA 23503 
804-247-1895 
Bob Griffin, President 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation 

203 Governor Street, Suite 326 
Richmond, VA 23219 
804-786-1119 Fax:804-786-6141 
John Davy, State Trails Coordinator 

Virginia Department of Transportation 
Transportation Planning Division 

1401 E. Broad Street 

Richmond, VA 23219 

804-786-2964 Fax: 804-225-4785 

Richard C. Lockwood, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 




WASHINGTON 

STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Backcountry Horsemen of Washington 

11839 Glenwood Road, SW 

Port Orchard, WA 98366 

206-876-7739 Fax: 206-876-7739 

Jim Murphy 

Founded: 1977 Members: 3,000 

The organization promotes equestrian opportunities on trails 

by teaching Tread Lightly ethics, heritage, imity and service. 

Mountains To Sound Greenway 

506 Second Avenue, Suite 1510 

Seattie, WA 98104 

206-587-2447 

Nancy Keith 

Founded: 1992 Members: 200 

The organization is working to create and permanently 

protect a multipurpose greenway along Interstate 90. 



The Mountaineers 

300 Third West 
Seatae,WA 98119 

206-284-6310 Fax:206-284-4977 
Virginia Felton 
Members: 15,000 

The Mountaineers are the country's third largest outdoor 
recreation organization, with 15,000 members, an 
outstanding library and an enduring commitment to the 
preservation of America's wildernesses. 

Washington Water Trails Association 

4649 Sunnyside Avenue N., Suite 345 
Seattie, WA 98103-6900 
206-545-9161 
Sandie Nelson 

Washington Trails Association (WTA) 

1305 Fourth Avenue, Suite 512 

Seattie. WA 98101-2401 

206-625-1367 

Greg Ball, Executive Director 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Alpine Lakes Protection Society 

521 N.74tii Street 

Seattie, WA 98103 

206-783-6666 Len Gardner 

Founded: 1968 Members: 250 

Public acquisition of critical lands within the "checkerboard" 

ownership matrix. 

Backcountry Horsemen of Inland Empire 

PC Box 9922 

Spokane, WA 99205 922 

509-466-3693 

Chris and Phil Bolich 

Founded: 1985 Members: 130 

Work toward the perpetuation of the legal and moral claim 

by American people to use stock for recreation on public 

lands. 



Bavarian Volkssport Association 

PC Box 91 

Leavenworth, WA 98826 
Norm Gamble 

Benn Burr Trail 

c/o City of Spokane Parks 
N. 809 Washington Street 
Spokane, WA 99201 
Taylor Bressler 




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Cascade Driftskippers 

10904 127th Place, NE 

Kirkland, WA 98033 

206-827-0908 Fax: 206-827-5040 

Sam Bateman 

Founded: 1969 Members: 110 

Our organization is dedicated to the advancement and safety 

of snowmobiling. 

Cascade Orienteering Club 

PO Box 3 1375 

Seattle, WA 98103 

206-367-2606 

Members: 160 

The Club organizes orienteering and related events in the 

Puget Sound Area. 

Cascadians (The) 

PO Box 2201 
Yakima, WA 98907 
509-966-9772 
Susan Stepniewski 

Chinook Trail Association 

PO Box 997 

Vancouver, WA 98666 997 

206-696-1693 

Karyl A. Ramsey, President 

Foothills Rails-To-Trails Coalition 

617 5th Avenue, NW 

Puyallup, WA 98371 

206-841-2570 

Ernest Bay 

Founded: 1987 Members: 900 

The Coalition is dedicated to the acquisition and 

development of a 26-mile multipurpose non-motorized 

rail-trail in Pierce County. 

Friends of The Anacortes Community 

619 Commercial, Suite 32 

Anacortes, WA 98221 

206-293-6469 

Phil Burton 

Founded: 1987 Members: 300 

The organization is dedicated to cave protection and 

enjoyment of the Anacortes community forest lands. 




Happy Hikers 

810 NE 81st Street 

SeatUe, WA 98115 

206-523-6204 

Eric Flitcroft 

This is a loosely structured group of people who enjoy the 

companionship, scenery, flora and fauna by hiking in the 

Cascade and Olympic Mountains. 

Kettle Range Conservation Group 

PO Box 150 

Republic, WA 99166 

Susan Coleman 

Founded: 1976 Members: 300 

This group works for protection of diverse ecosystems 

through the application of conservation biology and 

landscape ecology. 

Methow Valley Sport Trails Association 

PO Box 147 

Winthrop, WA 98862 

206-996-3287 

Don Portmann 

Founded: 1978 Members: 264 

The Association is dedicated to developing and promoting 

envirorunentally sound recreation on or near trails in the 

Methow Valley and to maintaining a 175-km. Multipurpose 

trail system. 

Mountaineers Tacoma Branch 

2302 N. 30th Street 
Tacoma, WA 98403 
206-566-6965 
Helen Engle 
Members: 1,500 

Peninsula Trails Coalition 

PO Box 414 

Chimcum, WA 98325 

206-683-3404 Fax: 206-683-3400 

Claire Rogers 

Founded: 1988 Members: 300 

Redmond Trails Committee 

15965 NE 85th Street 

Redmond, WA 98052 

206-556-2328 Fax: 206-556-2303 

Linda Gorremans 

The Committee's mandate is to promote and aid in the 

development of trails, walkways and bikeways which will 

provide safe, convenient circulation for pedestrians and 

bicyclists. 



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Whatcom Mountain Peddlers 

PO Box 2961 

Bellingham, WA 98227 

206-671-4107 

Jim Sullivan 

Founded: 1987 Members: 267 

These peddlers are dedicated to building and maintaining trails. 

Yakima Greenway Foundation 

103 S. 3rd Street 

Yakima, WA 98902 

509-453-8290 Fax:509-453-0318 

Cecilia Vogty 

Founded: 1980 Members: 1,500 

The purpose of the Foundation is to conserve, enhance and 

maintain the Yakima Greenway as a continuing living resource 

for future generations. 

Yakima Valley Audubon Society 

PO Box 2823 

Yakima, WA 98907 

509-697-8144 Fax: 509-697-8144 

Maia Kelly 

Founded: 1971 Members: 350 

The Society is dedicated to the enjoyment and preservation of 

the natural world. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 



West Virginia Mountain Bike Association 

POBox91 
Davis, WV 26260 
304-296-4142 
Jon Leyton 




West Virginia Scenic Trails Association 

PO Box 4042 
Charleston, WV 25364 
304-722-3159 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Elk River Trail 

Kanawha Parks and Recreation 
2000 Coonskin Drive 
Charleston, WV 25311 
Tom Raker 

Marion County Trail 

c/o Parks and Recreation 
POBox 1258 
Fairmont, WV 26554 
Ralph Larue 



State of Washington 

Interagency Commission of Outdoor Recreation 

POBox 40917 
Olympia, WA 98504 917 
206-902-30 11 Fax: 206-902-3026 

Jim Eychaner 

Washington Department of Transportation 

3 10 Maple Park Avenue, SE 

Olympia, WA 98504-7329 

206-705-7258 Fax: 206-705-6815 

Mike Dornfeld, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 

WEST VIRGINIA 



Mary Ingles Trail Blazers 

23 Crest Drive 

Nitro, WV 25143 

304-696-7315 

Diane Anestis 

Founded: 1989 Members: 80 

We are dedicated to planning, constructing, and maintaining 

trails in West Virginia. 

North Bend Rails-To-Trails Foundation 

PO Box 206 
Cairo, WV 26337 
304-643-4517 
Kent Speelman 



STATEWIDE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

American Discovery Trail - West Virginia Section 

1202 Ridge Drive 

S. Charleston, WV 25309 

304-768-0528 

Lu Schroder, State ADT Coordinator 



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Wheeling Bicycle-Jogging Path 

305 City Bldg.-1500 Chapline Street 

Wheeling, WV 26003 

304-234-3701 Fax: 304-234-3605 

Paul Mclntire, Sr. 

The group plans and coordinates the development of the city's 

trail system. It also obtains funding and assists in 

programming. 




WEST VIRGINIA - WISCONSIN 



STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

West Virginia Development Office 

Capital Complex, Bldg. 6, Room 553 
Charleston, WV 25304 
304-558-4010 Fax: 304-558-3248 

Bettye D. Brown, State Trails Coordinator 

West Virginia Department of Transportation 
Division of Highways 

1900 Washington Street, Suite E, Bldg. 5 
Charleston, WV 25305 430 
304-558-3063 Fax: 304-558-4076 

Barry Warhofig, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 



Wisconsin Go Hiking Club 

2585 North 131st Street 
Brookfield, WI 53005 
Bonnie Grangaard 

Wisconsin Representative 
League of American Bicyclists 

8184 S. Forest ffill Circle 

Franklin, WI 53132-9605 

414-529-7511 

Doug Kowalski 

Members: 300 

The League promotes responsible bicycling, lobbies for 

cyclist's rights on all levels of government, and fosters the 

exchange of information and ideas among its individual and 

Club members. 



WISCONSIN 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs 

PC Box 1029 

Neenah, WI 54057-029 

Richard Killian 

Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin 

PC Box 1224 

Madison, WI 53701-1224 

608-251-4456 Fax: 608-255-1764 

Marcia Miquelon 

Founded: 1988 Members: 100 

The Federation is a bicycle advocacy organization. 

Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation 

PC Box 423 

Pewaukee, WI 53072 

414-691-2776 

Richard L. Cates, President 

Major support group for the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. 

Wisconsin State Trails Council 

c/o Bill Moorman, State Trails Coordinator 
Wise. DNR, Bureau of Parks and Recreation 
PO Box 7921, Madison, WI 53707 
608-266-7616 

Wisconsin Snowmobile Council 

5888 Maiy Lane 
Oconomowoc, WI 53066-2112 
414-567-2069 
Thomas E. Masson 



Wisconsin State Horse Council 

Rt 2 Box 309 

Eleva, WI 54738 

715-287-4642 

Lavonne Williamson 

Founded: 1978 

The Council fosters a unified equine industry in Wisconsin, 

promotes leadership, education, service, and conununication. 

It also monitors legislation, provides research money, 

scholarships, and supports trails groups. 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Chequamegon Area Mountain Bicycle Association 

POBox 141 

Cable, WI 54821 

715-798-3833 

Ron Bergin 

Founded: 1992 Members: 300 

The Association promotes and develops the sport of 

bicycling by engaging in activities that encourage tourism 

and recreation in balance with the natural environment. 

Chippewa River Trail 

1300 First Avenue 

Eau Claire, WI 54703 

715-839-5032 Fax: 715-839-1685 

Ken Van Es 

Founded: 1992 

The members promote and enhance trail activities. 

EIroy-Sparta Trail 

POBox 99 
Ontario, WI 54651 
608-337-4775 



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Fox Valley Sierra Group 

815 East Washington Street 

Appleton, WI 54302 

414-739-6041 

Dale Schaber 

Founded: 1982 Members: 1,000 

The group helps to protect, enjoy and preserve the wild 

places of the earth. 

Friends of Glacial Drumlin Trail 

c/o Lake Mills Depot 
1213 S. Main 
Lake Mills, WI 53551 
Larry Georgeson 

Green Bay High Riders Ltd. 

PO Box 13403 

Green Bay, WI 54307 

Founded: 975 

The group promotes safe 4 Wheeling off and on roads. 

Madeline Island Wilderness Preserve 

PO Box 28 

La Pointe, WI 54850-0028 

Founded: 1987 Members: 150 

To protect inland forests and wetlands from development, 

and to establish trails within acquired lands. 

Pound Your Truck Off Riders Association (PYT) 

522 McKinley Avenue 

Hartford, WI 53027 

414-673-6841 

Randall Thomas 

Founded: 1981 

This is a family-oriented four-wheel drive club involved in 

wild lands trail riding and camping. PYT. is serious about 

preserving the environment. 

Southern Wisconsin Experienced Area Riders 

2 Andrew Way 

Madison, WI 53714 

608-244-2065 Fax: 608-273-2719 

Rob McConnell 

Founded: 1986 

The "400" State Trail 

3911 Fish Hatchery Road 
Fitchburg, WI 53711 
608-275-3214 Fax: 608-275-3338 

Allison Beach 



Trail Runners Ltd. 

1529 Foster Avenue 

Janesville, WI 53545-1042 

608-757-2652 

Kris Schroeder 

Founded: 1994 

This group strives to provide social, educational, and 

recreational activities for members, to support betterment of 

community, and promotes sport of 4-wheel driving. 

Tri-County Corridor Trail 

PO Box 503 

Ashland, WI 54806 

715-682-5299 Fax: 715-682-5299 

R.P. MacKey 

Founded: 1986 

The group works to maintain and enhance the Tri-County 

recreational corridor, a trail that runs between Ashland and 

Superior. 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources 
Bureau of Parks and Recreation 

PO Box 7921 

Madison, WI 53707 

608-266-7616 Fax: 608-267-7474 

Bill Moorman, State Trails Coordinator 

Wisconsin Department of Transportation 

PO Box 7913 
Madison, WI 53707-7910 
508-267-7757 Fax: 608-267-0294 
Tom Huber, Bicycle/Pedestrian Coordinator 

Wisconsin Office of Highway Safety 

POBox 7910 

Madison, WI 53707-7910 

608-266-0402 

Catherine Ratte, Bicycle-Pedestrian Safety Program 




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WYOMING 

STATEWroE CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Bicycling and Trails Association of Wyoming 

Box 1173 

Jackson, WY 83001 

307-733-2149 Fax: 307-733-8034 

Tim Young 

Wyoming Trails Coalition 

2800 Apache Street 
Cheyenne, WY 82009 
307-638-9732 
Dick Kranenbuhl 

Wyoming Trail Council 

122 W. 25th Street, Herschler Bldg. 
Cheyenne, WY 82002 
Sharon Bollinger 

LOCAL CITIZEN ORGANIZATIONS 

Clear Creek Pathway 

701 Circle Drive 

Buffalo, WY 82834 

307-684-2991 

BillMentock 

Founded: 1988 

This is a volunteer group appointed by the Buffalo City 

Council to construct and maintain the ten mile+ trail system 

on city and/or state owned property. They also sponsors 

volksmarching program. 



Rawlins Rough Riders Snowmobile Club 

PC Box 235 

Rawlins, WY 82301 

307-324-4250 

Don Brinkman 

Founded: 1969 

To keep the National Forests as a multi-use area so everyone 

can enjoy. 

Snowgoers 

213 East Lincoln 

Riverton, WY 82501 

307-856-6238 

Lew Diehl 

Founded: 1970 

The snowgoers pioneer and develop snowmobile and ATV 

trails which are also used by horses and hikers, bikers, 

provide long term maintenance and improvements - above 

all else - have fim! 

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 

Wyoming Department of Transportation 

5300 Bishop Boulevard - PO Box 1780 

Cheyenne, WY 82002-9019 

307-777-4180 

Richard Cripe, Bicycle Pedestrian Coordinator 

Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites 

2301 Central Avenue, Barrett Bldg. 
Cheyenne, WY 82002 
307-777-6538 Fax: 307-777-6005 

Trails Coordinator 



Greater Cheyenne Greenway 

2101 O'Neil Avenue 
Cheyenne, WY 82001 
307-637-6285 Fax: 307-637-6454 

Cindy Schneider 

The Bear Project, Inc. 

1200 Main Street 

Evanston, WY 82930 

307-789-9805 

Pete Staub 

Founded: 1985 

The organization oversees implementation of the Master 

Plan for beautification of the Bear River, which serves as a 

model for responsible enviromnental plaiming, consensus 

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NATIONAL & FIELD TRAILS OFFICES 

National Park Service - National Center 

for Community Conservation and Outdoor Recreation 

PO Box 37127 

Washington, DC 20013-7127 

202-343-3780 

Bill Spitzer. Assistant Director 

National Recreation Programs 

National Park Service 
Trails and Greenways 

PO Box 37127 

Washington, DC 20013-7127 

202-343-3780 

D. Tom Ross 

Steven Elkinton 

NATIONAL SCENIC 
AND HISTORIC TRAILS 

Appalachian Trail Project Office 

c/o Harpers Ferry Center 
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 
304-535-6278 
Don King, Manager 



Santa Fe and Trail of Tears National Historic Trails 
Long Distance Trails Office - Santa Fe 

PO Box 728 

Santa Fe, NM 87504-0728 

505-988-6888 Fax:505-986-5225 

David Gaines, Superintendent 

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE 
COMMUNITY CONSERVATION 
AND OUTDOOR RECREATION 

National Park Service 
Alaska System Support Office 

2525 Gambell Street 

Anchorage, AK 99503-2892 

907-257-2650 

Jack Mosby 

Alaska 

National Park Service 
Allegheny System Support Office 

200 Chestnut Street, Suite 306 
Philadelphia, PA 19106 
215-597-1787 
Robert Potter 
West Virginia 



Ice Age, North Country, and Lewis & Clark Trails 

700 Rayovac Drive, Suite 100 

Madison, WI 53711 

608-264-5610 Fax: 608-264-5615 

Thomas L. Gilbert, Superintendent 

Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail 

600 Harrison Street, Suite 600 
San Francisco, CA 94107-1372 
415-744-3975 
Meridith Kaplan 

Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail 

c/o NPS Southeast Field Office 

75 Spring Street, SW 

Atlanta, GA 30303 

404-331-5465 Fax:404-331-3233 

Richard H. Sussman 

Long Distance Trails Office - Salt Lake City 

324 S. State Street, Suite 250 

PO Box 45155 

Salt Lake City, UT 84146-0155 

801-539-4094 Fax: 801-539-4098 

Dr. Jere L. Krakow, Superintendent 



National Park Service 
Appalachian System Support Office 

75 Spring Street, SW 
AUanta, GA 30303 
404-331-5838 
Bill Lane 
Kentucky, Tennessee 

National Park Service 

Atlantic Coast System Support Office 

75 Spring Street, SW 

Atlanta, GA 20202 

404-331-5838 

Wallace Brittain 

North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida 

National Park Service 
Chesapeake System Support Office 

200 Chestnut Street, Suite 306 

Philadelphia, PA 19106 

215-597-1787 

Robert Potter 

Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia 



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National Park Service 

Colorado Plateau System Support Office 

Conservation Assistance Program 

12795 West Alameda Parkway 

Denver, CO 80225-0287 

303-969-2855 

Duane Holmes 

Utah 

National Park Service 

Columbia Cascades System Support Office 

909 First Avenue 
Seattle, WA 98104-1060 
206-220-4113 
Michael Linde 
Washington, Oregon, Idaho 

National Park Service 

Great Lakes System Support Office 

1709 Jackson Street 

Omaha, NE 68102 

402-221-3350 

Marty Sterkel 

Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin 

National Park Service 

Great Plains System Support Office 

1709 Jackson Street 

Omaha, NE 68102 

402-221-3350 

Mary Mae Hardt 

Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, 

Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota 

National Park Service 

Gulf Coast System Support Office 

75 Spring Street, SW 

Atlanta, GA 30303 

404/331-5838 

Chris Abbett 

Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi 

National Park Service 

New England System Support Office 

15 State Street 

Boston, MA 02109 

617-223-5123 

Steve Golden 

Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, 

Cormecticut, New Jersey, New York 



National Park Service 

Pacific/Great Basin System Support Office 

600 Harrison Street, Suite 600 
San Francisco, CA 94107-1372 
415-744-3975 
Ray Murray 
California, Nevada 

National Park Service 

Pacific Island System Support Office 

909 First Avenue 
Seattle, WA 98104-1060 
206-220-4113 
Michael Linde 
Hawaii 

National Park Service 

Rocky Mountain System Support Office 

Conservation Assistance Program 
12795 West Alameda Parkway 
Denver, CO 80225-0287 
Duane Holmes 
Colorado, Montana, Wyoming 

National Park Service 
Southwest System Support Office 

Conservation Assistance Program 

1220 St. Francis Drive 

PO Box 728 

Santa Fe,NM 87504-9728 

505-988-6723 

Alan Ragins 

Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma 








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ALABAMA 



Horseshoe Bend National Military Park 

Rt 1 Box 103 

Daviston, AL 36256 

205-234-7111 Fax:205-329-9905 

Little River Canyon National Preserve 

PO Box 45 

Fort Payne, AL 35967 

205-997-9239 

Russell Cave National Monument 

Rt 1 Box 175 
Bridgeport, AL 35740 
205-495-2672 

ALASKA 

Bering Land Bridge National Preserve 

PO Box 220 

Nome, AK 99762 

907-443-2522 Fax: 907-443-6139 

Cape Krusenstem National Monument 

PO Box 1029 

Kotzebue, AK 99752 

907-442-3890 Fax: 907-442-3482 

Denali National Park and Preserve 

PO Box 9 

Denali Park, AK 99755 

907-683-2294 Fax:907-683-9611 

Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve 

PO Box 74680 

Fairbanks, AK 99707 

907-456-0281 Fax: 907-456-0452 

Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve 

PO Box 140 

Gustavus, AK 99826 

907-697-2232 Fax: 907-697-2654 

Katmai National Park and Preserve 

PO Box 7 

King Salmon, AK 99613 

907-246-3305 Fax: 907-246-4286 

Kenai Fjords National Park 

PO Box 1727 

Seward, AK 99664 

907-224-3175 Fax:907-224-2144 



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Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park 

PO Box 517 

Skagway, AK 99840 

907-983-2921 Fax: 907-983-2046 

Kobuk Valley National Park 

PO Box 1029 

Kotzebue, AK 99752 

907-442-3890 Fax: 907-442-3482 

Lake Clark National Park and Preserve 

4230 University Drive, Suite 3 1 1 

Anchorage, AK 99508 

907-271-3751 Fax: 907-271-3707 

Sitka National Historical Park 

PO Box 738 

Sitka, AK 99835 

907-747-6281 Fax: 907-747-5938 

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve 

PO Box 29 

Glennallen, AK 99588 

907-822-5234 Fax: 907-822-7216 

Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve 

PO Box 74718 

Fairbanks, AK 99707 

907-456-0593 Fax: 907-456-0590 

AMERICAN SOMOA 

National Park of American Samoa 

Pago Pago 

American Samoa, AS 96799 

684-633-7082 



ARIZONA 

Canyon De Chelly National Monument 

PO Box 588 

Chinle, AZ 86503 

602-674-5506 Fax: 602-674-5507 




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Chiricahua National Monument 

Dos Cabezas Route, Box 6500 

Willcox, AZ 85643 

602-824-3560 Fax: 602-824-3421 



Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument 

Rt 3 Box 149 
Flagstaff, AZ 86004 
602-556-7042 




Coronado National Memorial 

Rt 2 Box 126 

Hereford, AZ 85615 

602-366-5515 Fax: 602-366-5705 



Tonto National Monument 

HC 02 Box 4602 

Roosevelt, AZ 85545 

602-467-2241 Fax: 602-467-2225 



Glen Canyon National Recreation Area 

PO Box 1507 

Page, AZ 86040 

602-645-8200 Fax: 602-645-8283 



Tumacacori National Monument 

PO Box 67 

Tumacacori, AZ 85640 
602-398-2341 Fax: 602-398-9271 



Grand Canyon National Park 

PO Box 129 

Grand Canyon, AZ 86023 

602-638-7701 Fax: 602-638-7797 



Walnut Canyon National Monument 

Walnut Canyon Road 
Flagstaff, AZ 86004 
602-526-3367 



Hubbell Trading Post National Historical Site 

PO Box 150 

Ganado, AZ 86505 

602-755-3475 Fax: 602-755-3405 



Wupatki National Monument 

HC 33 Box 444 A 
Flagstaff, AZ 86004 
602-556-7040 



Montezuma Castle National Monument 

Camp Verde, AZ 86322 
602-567-5276 Fax: 602-567-3597 

Navajo National Monument 

HC 71, Box 3 
Tonalea, AZ 86044 
602-672-2366 

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument 

Rt 1 Box 100 

Ajo, AZ 85321 

602-387-6849 Fax: 602-387-7661 

Petrifled Forest National Park 

PO Box 217 

Petrified Forest, AZ 86028 

602-524-6228 Fax: 602-524-3567 

Pipe Spring National Monument 

HC 65, Box 5 
Fredonia, AZ 86022 
602-643-7105 

Saguaro National Park 

3693 South Old Spanish Trail 

Tucson, AZ 85730 

602-670-6680 Fax: 602-670-5619 



ARKANSAS 

Arkansas Post National Memorial 

Route 1, Box 16 
Gillett, AR 72055 
501-548-2432 

Buffalo National River 

PO Box 1 173 

Harrison, AR 72601 

501-741-5443 Fax: 510-741-7286 

Fort Smith National Historic Site 

PO Box 1406 

Fort Smith, AR 72902 

501-783-3961 

Hot Springs National Park 

PO Box 1860 

Hot Springs, AR 71902 

501-624-3383 

Pea Ridge National Military Park 

Pea Ridge, AR 72751 
501-451-8122 



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CALIFORNIA 

Cabrillo National Monument 

PO Box 6670 

San Diego, CA 92166 

619-557-5450 Fax: 619-557-5469 

Channel Islands National Park 

1901 Spinnaker Drive 

Ventura, CA 93001 

805-658-5700 Fax: 805-658-5799 

Death Valley National Park 

Death Valley, CA 92328 
619-786-2331 Fax:619-786-3283 

Golden Gate National Recreation Area 

Building 201, Fort Mason 
San Francisco, CA 94123 
415-556-2920 Fax: 415-556-1399 

Joshua Tree National Monument 

74485 National Mounment Drive 
Twentynine Palm, CA 92277 
619-367-7511 Fax:619-367-6392 

Juan Bautista De Anza National Historic Trail 

NPS, 600 Harrison Street, Suite 600 
San Francisco, CA 94107 
415-744-3968 Fax: 415-744-3932 

Lassen Volcanic National Park 

PO Box 100 

Mineral, CA 96063 

916-595-4444 Fax: 916-595-3262 

Lava Beds National Monument 

PO Box 867 

Tulelake, CA 96134 

916-667-2282 Fax: 916-667-2737 

Muir Woods National Monument 

Mill Valley, CA 94941 
415-388-2596 Fax: 415-389-6957 

Pinnacles National Monument 

Paicines, CA 95043 

408-389-4485 Fax: 408-389-4489 

Redwood National Park 

1111 Second Street 
Crescent City, CA 95531 
707-464-6101 Fax: 707-464-1812 



Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area 

NPS - 30401 Agoura Road, Suite 100 
Agoura Hills, CA 91301 
818-597-1036 Fax: 818-597-8357 

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks 

Three Rivers, C A 93271 
209-565-3341 Fax: 209-565-3497 

Whiskeytown Unit 

PO Box 188 

Whiskeytown, CA 96095 
916-241-6584 Fax: 916-450-5154 

Yosemite National Park 

PO Box 577 

Yosemite National Park, CA 95389 

209-372-0200 Fax: 209-448-4333 



COLORADO 

Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site 

35110 Highway 194 East 

La Junta, CO 81050 

719-384-2596 Fax: 303-384-2615 

Colorado National Monument 

Fruita, CO 81521 

303-858-3617 Fax: 303-858-0372 

Curecanti National Recreation Area 

102 Elk Creek 

Gunnison, CO 81230 

303-641-2337 Fax: 303-641-3127 

Dinosaur National Monument 

4545 Highway 40 

Dinosaur, CO 81610 

303-374-3000 Fax: 303-374-2414 

Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument 

PO Box 185 
Florissant, CO 80816 
719-748-3253 

Great Sand Dunes National Monument 

11500 Highway 150 

Mosca, CO 81146 

719-378-2312 Fax:719-378-2314 



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Hovenweep National Monument 

McElmo Route 
Cortez, CO 81321 
303-749-0510 

Mesa Verda National Park 

PO Box 8 

Mesa Verde National Park, CO 81330 

303-529-4465 Fax: 303-529-4498 

Rocky Mountain National Park 

EstesPark, CO 80517 

303-586-1399 Fax:303-586-1310 

Yucca House National Monument 

c-o Mesa Verde National Park 

Mesa Verda National Park, CO 81330 

303-529-4465 Fax: 303-529-4498 



CONNECTICUT 

Weir Farm National Historic Site 

Nod Hill Road 

Wilton, CT 06897 

203-834-1896 Fax: 203-834-2421 



DISTIRCT OF COLUMBIA 

National Capital Parks-East 

1900 Anacostia Drive, S.E. 
Washington, DC 20020 
202-690-5185 Fax: 202-690-0862 

National Capital Parks-Central 

900 Ohio Drive, S.W. 
Washington, DC 20242 
202-485-9880 Fax: 202-426-0099 

Rock Creek Park 

5000 Glover Road, N.W. 
Washington, DC 20015 
202-282-1063 Fax: 202-282-7612 



FLORIDA 

Big Cypress National Preserve 

Star Route Box 1 10 
Ochopee, FL 33943 
813-695-2000 

Biscayne National Park 

PO Box 1369 
Homestead, FL 33030 
305-247-2044 

Canaveral National Seashore 

308 Julia Street 
Titusville, FL 32780 
407-267-1110 

Castillo De San Marcos National Monument 

1 Castillo Drive 

St. Augustine, FL 32084 

904-829-6506 ■ Fax: 904-823-9388 

De Soto National Memorial 

PO Box 15390 

Bradenton, FL 34280 

813-792-0458 Fax: 813-792-5094 

Everglades National Park 

40001 State Road 9336 
Homestead, FL 33034 
305-242-7710 Fax: 305-351-7728 

Fort Caroline National Memorial 

NPS - 12713 Ft. Caroline Road 
Jacksonville, FL 32225 
904-221-5568 Fax: 904-221-5248 

Gulf Islands National Seashore 

1801 Gulf Breeze Parkway 
Gulf Breeze, FL 32561 
904-934-2600 

GEORGIA 

Chattahoochee River National Recreational Area 

1978 Island Ford Parkway 
Dunwoody, GA 30350 
404-399-8070 




Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park 

PO Box 2128 

Ft. Oglethorpe, GA 30742 

706-866-9241 Fax: 615-752-5215 



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Cumberland Island National Seashore 

PO Box 806 

Saint Marys, GA 31558 

912-882-4338 



Fort Frederica National Monument 

Route 9, Box 286-C 

St. Simons Islaan, GA 31522 

912-638-3630 

Fort Pulaski National Monument 

PO Box 30757 
Savannah, GA 31410 
912-786-5787 

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park 

900 Kennesaw Moimtain Drive 
Kennesaw, GA 30144 
404-427-4686 



IDAHO 

Craters of the Moon National Monument 

PO Box 29 - Highway 26 

Arco, ID 83213 

208-527-3257 Fax: 208-527-3073 

Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument 

NPS - 936 Blue Lakes Boulevard 

Twin Falls, ID 83301 

208-733-8398 Fax: 208-734-3642 

Nez Perce National Historical Park 

POBox93 

Spalding, ID 83551 

208-843-2261 Fax: 208-843-2001 



ILLINOIS 



HAWAII 

Haleakala National Park 

PO Box 369 Makawao 

Maui, HI 96768 

808-572-9306 Fax: 808-572-1304 

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park 

PO Box 52 

Hawaii Volcanoe, HI 96718 

808-967-7311 Fax:808-967-8186 

Kalaupapa National Historical Park 

Kalaupapa, HI 96742 

808-567-6802 Fax: 808-567-6729 



Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor 

15701 S. Independence Boulevard 

Lockport, IL 60441 

815-740-2047 Fax: 815-740-2026 



INDIANA 

Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore 

1 100 N. Mineral Springs Road 

Porter, IN 46304 

219-926-7561 Fax: 219-926-7561 



IOWA 



Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park 

73-4786 Kanalani Street, Suite 14 
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740 
808-329-6881 Fax: 808-329-2587 



Effigy Mounds National Monument 

151 Highway 75 
Harpers Ferry, lA 52146 
319-873-3491 Fax:319-873-3743 



Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park 

PO Box 129 

Kona, HI 96726 

808-328-2326 Fax: 808-328-9485 



Herbert Hoover National Historic Site 

PO Box 607 

West Branch, lA 52358 

319-643-2541 Fax:319-643-5367 



Puukohola Heiau National Historic Site 

P.O Box 44340 

Kawaihae, HI 96743 

808-882-7218 Fax: 808-882-7210 



KANSAS 

Fort Lamed National Historic Site 

Route 3 

Lamed, KS 67550 

316-285-6911 Fax:316-285-3571 



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Fort Scott National Historic Site 

Old Fort Boulevard. 

Fort Scott, KS 66701 

316-223-0321 Fax: 316-223-0188 



Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park 

PO Box 4 

Sharpsburg, MD 21782 

301-739-4200 




KENTUCKY 

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park 

PO Box 1848 
Middlesboro, KY 40965 
606-248-2817 

Mammoth Cave National Park 

Mammoth Cave, KY 42259 
502-758-2251 

LOUISIANA 

Jean LaFitte National Historical Park and Preserve 

365 Canal Street, Suite 3080 
New Orleans, LA 70130 
504-589-3882 Fax: 504-589-3851 



MAINE 

Acadia National Park 

PO Box 177, Bar Harbor, ME 4609 
207-288-5456 Fax: 207-288-5507 



MARYLAND 

Antietam National Battlefield 

PO Box 158 
Sharpsburg, MD 21782 
301-432-5124 Fax: 301-432-6732 

Assateague Island National Seashore 

Rt 611 - 7206 National Seashore Lane 

Berlin, MD 21811 

410-641-1446 Fax: 410 641-1099 



Greenbelt Park 

6565 Greenbelt Road 

Greenbelt, MD 20770 

301-344-3948 Fax: 301-344-3736 

M onocacy National Battlefield 

4801 UrbanaPike 

Frederick, MD 21701 

301-662-3515 Fax: 301-662-3420 



MASSACHUSETTS 

Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor 

15 Mendon Street 

Uxbridge, MA 01569 

401-762-0250 Fax: 401-762-0530 

Boston African-American National Historic Site 

46 Joy Street, Beacon Hill 

Boston, MA 02144 

617-742-5415 Fax: 617-720-0848 

Boston National Historical Park 

Charlestown Navy Yard 

Boston, MA 02129 

617-242-5644 Fax: 617-241-5797 

Cape Cod National Seashore 

South Wellfleet, MA 02663 
508-349-3785 Fax: 508-349-3785 

Minute Man National Historical Park 

PO Box 160 

Concord, MA 01742 

617-484-6156 Fax: 617-371-2483 



Catoctin Mountain Park 

Thurmont, MD 21788 
301-663-9343 



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MICHIGAN 

Isle Royale National Park 

800 E. Lakeshore Drive 

Houghton, MI 49931 

906-482-0986 Fax: 906-482-8753 

Keewenaw National Historical Park 

PO Box 471 

Calumet, MI 49913 

906-337-3168 Fax:906-337-3169 

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore 

PO Box 40 

Munising, MI 49862 

906-387-2607 Fax: 906-387-4025 

Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore 

9922 Front Street (HWY M-72) 

Empire, MI 49630 

616-326-5134 Fax:616-326-5382 



MINNESOTA 



Natchez National Historical Park 

PO Box 1086 

Natchez, MS 39121 

601-442-7047 Fax: 601-442-8845 



MISSOURI 

Ozark National Scenic Rivenvays 

PO Box 490 

VanBuren,MO 63965 

314-323-4236 Fax:314-323-4140 

Wilson's Creek National Battlefield 

Rt. 2, Box 75 

Republic, MO 65738 

417-732-2662 Fax: 417-732-1167 

MONTANA 

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area 

PO Box 7458 

Yellowtail,MT 59035 

406-666-2412 Fax: 406-666-2415 



Grand Portage National Monument 

PO Box 666 

Grand Marais, MN 55604 

218-387-2788 Fax: 218-387-2790 

Mississippi National River and Recreation Area 

175 5th Street East, Suite 418 Box 41 

St. Paul, MN 55101 

612-290-4160 Fax: 612-290-3214 

Pipestone National Monument 

PO Box 727 

Pipestone, MN 56164 

507-825-5464 Fax: 507-825-5466 

Voyageurs National Park 

3131 Highway 53 
International Falls, MN 56649 
218-283-9821 Fax: 218-285-7407 



Glacier National Park 

West Glacier, MT 59936 
406-888-5441 Fax: 406-888-5581 

Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site 

PO Box 790 

Deer Lodge, MT 59722 

406-846-2070 Fax: 406-846-3962 

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument 

PO Box 39 

Crow Agency, MT 59022 

406-638-2622 Fax: 406-638-2621 

Nez Perce National Historic Park and 
Big Hole National Battlefield 

PO Box 237 

Wisdom, MT 59761 

406-689-3155 Fax:406-689-3151 



MISSISSIPPI 

Natchez Trace Parkway and National Scenic Trail 

Rural Route 1, NT- 143 

Tupelo, MS 38801 

601-680-4003 Fax: 610-680-4033 



NEBRASKA 

Chimney Rock National Historic Site 

NE Historical Society 

1500 R Street 

Bayard, NE 69334 

402-471-4758 Fax:402-471-3314 



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Homestead National Monument of America 

Route 3, Box 47 

Beatrice, NE 68310 

402-223-3514 Fax:402-228-4231 



Bandelier National Monument 

HCR 1, Box 1, Suite 15 
Los Alamos, NM 87544 
505-672-0343 Fax: 505-672-9607 




Niobrara-Missouri National Scenic Riverways 

PO Box 591 

O'Neill, NE 68763 

402-336-3970 Fax: 402-336-3981 



Capulin Volcano National Monument 

PO Box 94 
Capulin, NM 88414 
505-278-2201 



Scotts Bluff National Monument 

PO Box 27 

Gering, NE 69341 

308-436-4340 Fax: 308-436-7611 



Carisbad Caverns National Park 

3225 National Parks Highway 

Carlsbad, NM 88220 

505-785-2251 Fax: 505-885-4557 



NEVADA 

Great Basin National Park 

Baker, NV 89311 

702-234-7331 Fax: 702-234-7269 

Lake Mead National Recreation Area 

601 Nevada Highway 
Boulder City, NV 89005 
702-293-8920 Fax: 702-293-8936 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site 

Rural Route 3, Box 73 

Cornish, NH 3745 

603-675-2175 Fax: 603-675-2701 



NEW JERSEY 



Chaco Culture National Historical Park 

Star Route 4, Box 6500 
Bloomfield, NM 87413 
505-786-7014 

El Morro National Monument 

Route 2, Box 143 
Ramah, NM 87321 
505-783-4226 

El Malpais National Monument 

PO Box 939 - 201 E. Roosevelt 

Grants, NM 87020 

505-285-4641 Fax: 505-285-5661 

Fort Union National Monument 

Watrous, NM 87753 
505-425-8025 

Pecos National Historical Park 

PO Drawer 418 
Pecos, NM 87552 
505-757-6414 



Morristown National Historical Park 

NPS Washington Place 

Morristown, NJ 7960 

201-539-2016 Fax: 201-539-8361 



Petroglyph National Monument 

123 4th Street, SW, Room 101 
Albuquerque, NM 87102 
505-766-8375 



NEW MEXICO 

Aztec Ruins National Monument 

PO Box 640 

Aztec, NM 87410 

505-334-6174 Fax: 505-344-6372 



Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument 

PO Box 496 

Mountainair, NM 87036 
505-847-2585 

Santa Fe National Historic Trail 

NPS Long Dist Trails 

PO Box 728 

Santa Fe, NM 87504-0728 

505-988-6888 Fax: 505-988-5225 



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White Sands National Monument 

PO Box 1086 

HoUoman Air Force Base, NM 88330 

505-479-6124 



Cape Looiiout National Seashore 

131 Charles Street 
Barkers Island, NC 28531 
919-728-2250 Fax; 919-728-2160 



Zuni-Cibola National Historical Park 

c/o El Morrow NM 
Rt 2 Box 43 
Ramah,NM 87321 
505-783-4226 



NEW YORK 

Fire Island National Seashore 

120 Laural Street 

Patchogue,NY 11772 

516-289-4810 Fax: 516-289-4898 

Gateway National Recreation Area 

Hdq. Bldg. 69 - Floyd Bennett Field 

Brooklyn, NY 11234 

718-338-3575 Fax: 718-338-3560 

Saratoga National Historical Park 

R.D. No. 2, PO Box 33 

Stillwater, NY 12170 

518-664-9821 Fax: 518-664-9830 

Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River 
PO Box C 

Narrowsburg, NY 12764 
717-729-8251 Fax: 717-729-8565 



Guilford Courthouse National Military Park 

2332 New Garden Road 
Greensboro, NC 27410 
910-288-1776 

Kings Mountain National Military Park 

PO Box 40 

Kings Mountain, NC 28086 

803-936-7921 



NORTH DAKOTA 

Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site 

RR 3, Box 71 
Williston, ND 58801 
701-572-9083 

Knife River Indian Village National Historic Site 

PO Box 9 

Stanton, ND 58571 

701-745-3300 Fax: 701-745-3708 

Theodore Roosevelt National Park 

PO Box 75 

Medora, ND 58645 

701-623-4466 Fax: 701-623-4840 



Women's Rights National Historical Park 

136 Fall Street 

Seneca Falls, NY 13148 

315-568-2991 Fax: 315-568-2141 



NORTH CAROLINA 

Blue Ridge Parkway 

200 BB and T Bldg - 1 Pack Square 

Asheville,NC 28801 

704-271-4718 Fax:704-672-0313 



OHIO 

Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area 

15610 Vaughn Road 
Brecksville, OH 44141-3018 
216-526-5256 Fax:216-526-1144 

Hopewell Culture National Historical Park 

16062 State Rt. 104 

Chillicothe, OH 45601 

614-774-1126 Fax:614-774-1140 



Cape Hatteras National Seashore 

Route 1, Box 675 
Manteo,NC 27954 
919-473-2111 



OKLAHOMA 

Chickasaw National Recreation Area 

PO Box 201 
Sulphur, OK 73086 
405-622-3161 



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OREGON 



SOUTH CAROLINA 




Crater Lake National Park 

PO Box 7 - Highway 62 
Crater Lake, OR 97604 
503-594-2211 Fax:700-421-2507 



Congaree Swamp National Monument 

200 Caroline Sims Road 
Hopkins, SC 29061 
803-776-4396 



Fort Clatsop National Memorial 

Route 3, Box 604-FC 

Astoria, OR 97103 

503-861-2471 Fax: 503-861-2585 



Cowpens National Battlefleld 

PO Box 308 
Chesnee, SC 29323 
803-461-2828 



John Day Fossil Beds National Monument 

420 West Main Street 
John Day, OR 97845 
503-575-0721 Fax: 503-575-1323 



Fort Sumter National Monument 

1214 Middle Street 
Sullivan's Island, SC 29482 
803-883-3123 



Oregon Caves National Monument 

Caves Highway 

Cave Junction, OR 97523 

503-592-2100 Fax: 503-592-3981 



Ninety Six National Historic Site 

PO Box 496 

Ninety Six, SC 29666 

803-543-4068 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site 

PO Box 189 

Cresson, PA 16630 

814-886-6111 Fax:814-886-6117 

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area 

Bushkill,PA 18324 

717-588-2412 Fax: 717-588-2780 

Fort Necessity National Battlefleld 

RD 2 Box 528 
Farmington, PA 15437 
412-329-5512 Fax: 412-329-8682 

Gettysburg National Military Park 

97 Taneytown Road 
Gettysburg, PA 17325 
717-334-8170 

Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site 

2 Mark Bird Lane 

Elverson, PA 19520 

610-582-8773 Fax: 215-582-2768 

Valley Forge National Historical Park 

PO Box 953 

Valley Forge, PA 19481 

610-783-1037 Fax: 610-783-1038 



SOUTH DAKOTA 

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Badlands National Park 

PO Box 6 

Interior, SD 57750 

605-433-5361 Fax: 605-433-5404 

Wind Cave National Park 

RR #1 Box 190 - WCNP 
Hot Springs, SD 57747 
605-745-4600 Fax: 605-745-4207 



TENNESSEE 

Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area 

Route 3 Box 401 

Oneida, TN 37841 

615-569-9778 Fax: 615-569-5505 

Fort Donelson National Battlefleld 

PO Box 434 

Dover, TN 37058 

615-232-5348 Fax:615-232-6331 

Great Smoky Mountains National Park 

107 Park Headquarters Road 

Gatlinburg, TN 37738 

615-436-1200 Fax: 615-436-1220 



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Shiloh National Military Park 

Shiloh, TN 38376 
901-689-5275 

Stones River National Battlefield 

3501 Old Nashville Highway 
Murfreesboro, TN 37129 
615-893-9501 



Padre Island National Seashore 

9405 South Padre Island Drive 
Corpus Christi, TX 78418 
512-937-2621 

Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Site 

PO Box 1832 - 1333 E. Washingto 
Brownsville, TX 78522 
512-548-2788 Fax: 210-548-2790 



TEXAS 

Amistad National Recreation Area 

PO Box 420367 
Del Rio, TX 78842 
512-775-7491 

Big Bend National Park 

Big Bend Nationl Park, TX 79834 
915-477-2251 Fax: 915-477-2357 

Big Thicket National Preserve 

3785 Milam 

Beaumont, TX 77701 

409-839-2689 Fax: 409-839-2599 

Chamizal National Memorial 

800 South San Marcial 

El Paso, TX 77705 

915-534-6668 Fax: 915-532-7240 

Fort Davis National Historic Site 

PO Box 1456 

Fort Davis, TX 79734 

915-426-3224 Fax:915-426-3122 

Guadalupe Mountains National Park 

HC 60 Box 400 
Salt Flat, TX 79847 
915-828-3251 

Lake Meredith National Recreation Area 

PO Box 1438 
Fritch, TX 79036 
806-857-3151 

Lyndon B Johnson National Historical Park 

PO Box 329 

Johnson City, TX 78636 

512-868-7128 



UTAH 

Arches National Park 

PO Box 907 
Moad,UT 84532 
801-259-8161 

Bryce Canyon National Park 

Bryce Canyon, UT 84717 
801-834-5322 Fax: 801-834-5215 

Canyonlands National Park 

2282 S. West Resource Boulevard. 

Moab,UT 84532 

801-259-3911 Fax:801-259-7164 

Capitol Reef National Park 

HC 70 Box 15 

Torrey,UT 84775 

801-425-3791 Fax: 801-425-3794 

Cedar Breaks National Monument 

82 North 100 East 
Cedar City, UT 84720 
801-586-9451 

Golden Spike National Historic Site 

PO Box 897 

Brigham City, UT 84302 

801-471-2209 Fax: 801-471-2341 

Timpanogos Cave National Monument 

Rt 3 Box 200 

American Fork, UT 84003 

801-756-5239 Fax: 801-756-5238 

Zion National Park 

Springdale, UT 84767 

801-772-3256 Fax: 801-772-3426 



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VIRGINIA 

Booker T. Washington National Monument 

Rt 3 Box 3 10 

Hardy, VA 24101 

703-721-2094 Fax:703-721-8311 

Claude Moore Colonial Farm 

Turkey Run Park 

63 10 Old Georgetown Pike 

McLean, VA 22101 

703-442-7557 Fax: 703-442-0714 

Colonial National Historical Park 

PO Box 210 

Yorktown, VA 23690 

804-898-3400 Fax: 804-898-3400 

Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park 

120 Chatman Lane 
Fredericksburg, VA 22405 
703-373-4510 Fax: 703-371-1907 

George Washington Memorial Parkway 

Turkey Run Park 

McLean, VA 22101 

703-285-2600 Fax: 703-285-2398 

Manassas National Battlefield Park 

12521 Lee Highway 

Manassas, VA 22110 

703-754-1861 Fax:703-754-1107 

Petersburg National Battlefield 

PO Box 549 

Petersburg, VA 23804 

804-732-4210 Fax: 804-732-3615 

Prince William Forest Park 

PO Box 209 

Triangle, VA 22172 

703-221-4706 Fax: 703-221-4322 

Richmond National Battlefield Park 

3215 East Broad Street 
Richmond, VA 23223 
804-771-2808 Fax: 804-771-8522 

Shenandoah National Park 

Rt 4 Box 348 

Luray, VA 22835 

703-999-3200 Fax: 703-999-3679 



Wolf Trap Farm Park 

1551 Trap Road 

Vienna, VA 22180 

703-255-1800 Fax: 703-255-1971 

Richard Wilt, Director 



VIRGIN ISLANDS 

Christiansted National Historic Site 

PO Box 160 

Christiansted, VI 00820 
809-773-1460 

Virgin Islands National Park 

63 10 Estate Nazareth 
Charlotte Amalie, VI 00801 
809-775-6238 



WASHINGTON 

Coulee Dam National Recreation Area 

PO Box 37 - 1008 Crest Drive 
Coulee Dam, WA 99116 
509-633-9441 Fax: 509-633-9332 

Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park 

Seattle Unit - 1 17 S. Main Street 

Seattle, WA 98104 

206-553-7220 Fax: 206-553-4896 

Mount Rainier National Park 

Tahoma Woods, Star Route 

Ashford, WA 98304 

206-569-2211 Fax:206-569-2170 

North Cascades National Park 

2105 Highway 20 

Sedro Woolley, WA 98284 

206-856-5700 Fax: 206-856-1934 

Olympic National Park 

600 East Park Avenue 
Port Angeles, WA 98362 
206-452-4501 Fax: 206-452-0335 

San Juan Island National Historical Park 

PO Box 429 - 125 Spring Street 
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
206-378-2240 Fax: 206-378-2615 




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Whitman Mission National Historic Site 

Rt 2 Box 247 

Walla Walla, WA 99362 

509-522-6360 Fax: 509-522-6355 



WEST VIRGINIA 

Appalachian National Scenic Trail 

NPS Appalation Trail Project Office 
c/o Harpers Ferry Center 
Harpers Feny, WV 25425 
304-535-6278 Fax: 304-535-6270 

Harpers Ferry National Park 

PO Box 65 

Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 

304-535-6224 Fax: 304-535-6244 

New River Gorge National River 

104 Main Street - POB 246 

Oak Hill. WV 25846 

304-465-0508 Fax: 304-465-0591 



WISCONSIN 



WYOMING 

Devils Tower National Monument 

PO Box 8 

Devils Tower, WY 82714 

307-467-5283 Fax: 307-467-5370 

Fort Laramie National Historic Site 
PO Box 86 

Fort Laramie, WY 82212 
307-837-2221 Fax: 307-837-2221 

Fossil Butte National Monument 

PO Box 592 

Kemmerer, WY 83101 

307-877-4455 Fax: 307-877-4457 

Grand Teton National Park 

PO Box 170 

Moose, WY 83012 

307-739-3300 Fax: 307-739-3438 

Yellowstone National Park 
PO Box 168 

Yellowstone NP, WY 82190 
307-344-7381 Fax:307-585-0323 



Apostle Islands National Lakeshore 

Rt 1 Box 4 

415 Washington S. 

Bayfield, WI 54814 

715-779-3397 Fax: 715-779-3049 

Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway 

PO Box 708 

Saint Croix Falls, WI 54024 

715-483-3284 Fax: 715-483-3288 



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NATIONAL OFFICE TRAIL 
COORDINATORS: 

Bureau of Land Management 

1849 C Street, NW-LS 

Washington, DC 20240-9998 

202-452-0325 

Carl Barna, National Historic Trails 

202-452-7788 

David M. Beaver, National Scenic and Recreation Trails 

STATE OFFICES: 
ALASKA 

BLM Anchorage Office 

Recreation Programs 

222 West 7th Avenue, Suite 13 

Anchorage, AK 99513-7599 

907-271-5508 

Iditarod National Historic Trail 

BLM 6881 Abbott Loop Road 
Anchorage, AK 99507 
907-267-1207 Fax: 907-267-1267 

Mike Zaidlicz 

ARIZONA 

BLM Arizona State Office 

PC Box 16563 
Phoenix, AZ 85011 
602-241-5504 



CALEFORNLV 



BLM California State Office 

2800 Cottage Way 
Sacramento, CA 95825 
916-978-4746 




BLM Montana 

222 N. 32nd Street 
Billings, MT 59107 
406-255-2904 



MONTANA 



PC Box 36800 



NEVADA 



BLM Nevada State Office 

850 Harvard Way 
Reno, NV 89520 
702-784-5311 



NEW MEXICO 



BLM New Mexico State Office 

PC Box 271 15 

Santa Fe,NM 87502 115 

505-988-6316 



OREGON 



BLM Oregon State Office 

PC Box 2965 
Portland, OR 97208 
503-231-6274 



COLORADO 



UTAH 



BLM Colorado State Office 

2850 Youngfield St 
Lakewood, CO 80215 
303-236-1700 



BLM Utah State Office 

324 South State Street 

Salt Lake City, UT 84111-2303 

801-524-5311 



IDAHO 



BLM Idaho State Office 

3380 Americana Terrace 
Boise, ID 83706 
208-384-3014 



WYOMING 

BLM Wyoming State Office 

PC Box 1828 

Cheyenne, WY 82003 

307-775-6102 Fax: 307-775-6082 



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NATIONAL OFFICE FOR TRAILS: 

USDA - Forest Service 
Headquarters Office 
Recreation - Trails Branch 

PO Box 96090 

Washington, DC 20090-6090 
202-205-1313 Fax:202-205-1290 

Brent Botts 



REGIONAL OFFICES: 



USDA Forest Service 
Southern Region 

1720 Peachtree Road, NW 
Atlanta, GA 30367 
404-247-4278 
David Dai ley 

USDA Forest Service 
Eastern Region 

310 W. Wisconsin Avenue 
Milwaukee, WI 53203 
414-297-3662 
Marsha Heymen 

USDA Forest Service 

Northern Region 

PO Box 7669 

Missoula, MT 59807-7669 

606-329-3511 

Wendell Beardsley 

USDA Forest Service 
Intermountain Region 

324 25th Street 

Ogden, UT 84401-2310 

801-625-5774 

Lyle Gomm 

USDA Forest Service 
Rocky Mountain Region 

740 Sinuns Street - PO Box 25127 
Lakevk'ood, CO 89225 
303-275-5350 
Dave Stark 




USDA Forest Service 
Southwestern Region 

517 Gold Avenue, SW 
Albuquerque, NM 87102 
505-842-3236 
Dave Harmer 

USDA Forest Service 
Pacific Southwest Region 

630 Sansome Street 

San Francisco, CA 94111 

503-842-3292 

Tom Crimmins 

USDA Forest Service 
Pacific Northwest Region 

333 SW First Avenue - PO Box 3623 
Portland, OR 97208 
503-326-3644 
Bernie Smith 

USDA Forest Service 
Alaska Region 

709 W. Ninth Street - PO Box 21628 
Juneau, AK 99802-1628 
907-586-8863 ^' 




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ALABAMA 

ational Forests in Alabama: 

/illiam B. Bankhcad-Conecuh-Talladega- 

uskegee National Forests 

765 Highland Avenue 
lontgomery, AL 36107 
05-832-7630 



Kaibab National Forest 

800 S. Sixth Street 
Williams, AZ 86046 
602-635-2681 

Prescott National Forest 

344 S. Cortez Street 
Prescott, AZ 86303 
602-771-4700 




ALASKA 



Thugach National Forest 

301 C Street, Suite 300 
anchorage, AK 99503 
'07-271-2500 

Pongass National Forest: 
Chatham Area 

1 Egan Drive 
uneau, AK 99801 
07-586-8751 



Tonto National Forest 

2324 E. McDowell Road 
Phoenix, AZ 85010 
602-225-5200 



POB 5348 



ARKANSAS 

Ouachita National Forest 

POBox 1270 

Hot Springs, AR 71901 

501-321-5273 Fax: 501-321-5334 



Pongass National Forest: 
Cetchikan Area 

ederal Building 
■48 Mission 
letchikan, AK 99833 



Ozark-St Francis NF- Forest Trails 

POBox 1008 
Russellville, AR 72811 
501-968-2354 



'ongass National Forest: 
tikine Area 

01 12th Street -POBox 309 
'etersburg. AK 99833 
■07-772-3841 



CALIFORNIA 

Cleveland National Forest 

10845 Rancho Bernardo Road, Suite 200 
San Diego, C A 92127 



ARIZONA 

Vpache-Sitgreaves National Forests 

;09 S. Mountain Avenue - POB 640 
Jpringerville, AZ 85938 
i02-333-4301 

Coconino National Forest 

U23 E. Greenlaw Lane 
flagstaff, AZ 86004 
302-560-7400 

Toronado National Forest 

00 W. Congress Street, 6th Floor 
ucson, AZ 85701 
02-670-6483 



Eldorado National Forest 

3070 Camino Heights Drive 
Camino, CA 95709 
916-644-6048 

Inyo National Forest 

87*3 N. Main Street 
Bishop, CA 93514 
619-373-2400 

Klamath National Forest 

1312 FairlaneRoad 
Yreka, CA 96097 
916-842-6131 



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Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit 

870 Emerald Bay Road, Suite 1 
South Lake Taho, CA 96150 
916-573-2600 



Stanislaus National Forest 

19777 Greenley Road 
Sonora, CA 95370 
209-532-3671 



Lassen National Forest 

55 S. Sacramento Street 
Susanville, CA 96130 
916-257-2151 



Tahoe National Forest 

PO Box 6003 

Nevada City, CA 95959 

916-265-4531 



Los Padres National Forest 

6144 Calle Real 
Goleta, CA 93117 
805-683-6711 

Mendocino National Forest 

420 E. Laurel Street 
Willows, CA 95988 
916-934-3316 

Modoc National Forest 

441 N. Mail Street 
Alturas, CA 96101 
916-233-5811 

Plumas National Forest 

159 Lawrence Street - PO Box 11500 
Quincy, CA 95971 
916-283-2050 

San Bernardino National Forest 

1824 S. Commercenter Circle 
San Bernardino, CA 92408 
714-383-5588 

Sequoia National Forest 

900 W. Grand Avenue 
Porterville, CA 93257 
209-784-1500 

Shasta-Trinity National Forest 

2400 Washington Avenue 
Redding, CA 96001 
916-246-5222 

Sierra National Forest 

1600 Tollhouse Road 
Clovis, CA 93611 
209-487-5155 

Six Rivers National Forest 

1330 Bayshore Way 
Eureka, CA 95501 
707-442-1721 



COLORADO 

Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forest 

240 W. Prospect Road 
Fort Collins, CO 80526 
303-498-1100 

Grand Mesa-Uncompahgre-Gunnison 
National Forests 

2250 US Highway 50 
Delta, CO 81416 
303-874-7691 

Pike - San Isabel National Forest 

1920 Valley Drive 
Pueblo, CO 81008 
719-545-8737 

Rio Grande National Forest 

1803 W. US Highway 160 
Monte Vista, CO 81144 
719-852-5941 

Routt National Forest 

29587 W. US Highway 40, Suite 20 
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 
303-879-1722 

San Juan National Forest 

701 Camino Del Rio, Suite 301 
Salida, CO 81201 
303-247-4874 

White River National Forest 

9th Street and Grand Avenue 

PO Box 948 

Glenwood Spring, CO 81602 

303-945-2521 



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FLORIDA 

Florida National Scenic Trail 

USDA Forest Service 

325 John Knox Road, Suite F-lOO 

Tallahassee, FL 32303 

904-942-9376 Fax: 904-942-9305 

Debbie Allen 

National Forests In Florida: 

227 N. Bronough Street #4061 
Tallahassee, FL 32301 



Clearwater National Forest 

12730 Highway 12 
Orofino, ID 83544 
208-476-4541 

Idaho Panhandle National Forests: 

1201 Ironwood Drive 
Coeur D Alene, ID 83814 
208-765-7223 

Nez Perce National Forest 

East US Highway 13 - Rt 2 Box 475 
Grangeville, ID 83530 
208-983-1950 




GEORGIA 

Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests 

508 Oak Street, NW 
Gainesville, GA 30501 

Chattahoochee-Oconee NF 
508 Oak Street 
Gainesville, GA 30501 
404-536-0541 



IDAHO 

Boise National Forest 

1750 Front Street 
Boise, ID 83702 

Caribou National Forest 

250 S. Fourth Avenue, Suite 282 
Pocatello, ID 83201 

Caribou NF-Pocatello RD 

250 South 4th, Suite 282 
Pocatello, ID 83201 
208-236-6700 



Payette National Forest 

106 W. Park Street - POB 1026 
Mc Call, ID 83638 
208-634-0700 

Salmon National Forest 

US Highway 93 N.- POB 729 
Salmon, ID 83467 
208-756-2215 

Sawtooth National Forest 

2647 Kimberly Road, East 
Twin Falls, ID 83301 
208-737-3200 

Targhee National Forest 

420 North Bridge Street - POB 208 
Saint Anthony, ID 83445 
208-624-3151 



ILLINOIS 



Shawnee National Forest 

901 S. Commercial Street 
Harrisburg, IL 62946 
618-253-7114 



Chains NFMiddle Fork RD 

POBox 404,FSBldg 
ChaUis, ID 83226 
208-879-2285 

Challis National Forest 

US Highway 93 N. HC 63 Box 1671 
Challis, ID 83226 
208-879-2285 



INDIANA 



Hoosier National Forest 

811 Constitution Avenue 
Bedford, IN 47421 
812-275-5987 



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KENTUCKY 



Daniel Boone National Forest 

100 Vaught Road 
Winchester, KY 40391 
606-745-3100 



MISSISSIPPI 

National Forests in Mississippi 
Bienville-Delta-DeSota-HollySprings- 
Homochitto-Tombigbee National Forests 

100 W. Capitol Street, Suite 1141 
Jackson, MS 39269 
601-965-4391 



LOUISIANA 

Kisatchie National Forest 

2500 Shreveport Highway - POB 5500 
Pineville, LA 71160 
318-473-7160 



MISSOURI 



Mark Twain National Forest 

401 Fairgrounds Road 
Rolla, MO 65401 
314-364-4621 



MICHIGAN 



MONTANA 



Hiawatha National Forest 

2727 N. Lincoln Road 
Escanaba, MI 49829 
906-786-4062 



Beaverhead National Forest 

420 Barrett Street 
Dillon, MT 59725 
406-683-3900 



Huron-Manistee National Forest 

421 S. Mitchell Street 
Cadillac, MI 49601 
616-775-2421 



Bitterroot National Forest 

1801 N. First Street 
Hamilton, MT 59840 
406-363-3131 



Ottawa National Forest 

2100 E.Cloverland Drive 
Ironwood, MI 49938 
906-932-1330 



Custer National Forest 

2602 First Avenue North - POB 2556 
Hamilton, MT 59840 
406-657-6361 



MINNESOTA 



Chippewa National Forest 

Rt 3 Box 244 

Cass Lake, MN 56633 

218-385-8600 

Superior National Forest 

515 W. First Street 
Duluth, MN 55802 
218-720-5324 



Deerlodge National Forest 

Cooper and Main Street - POB 400 
Butte, MT 59703 
406-496-3400 

Flathead National Forest 

1935 Third Avenue East 
Kalispell, MT 59901 
406-755-5401 

Gallatin National Forest 

Federal Building - PO Box 130 
Bozeman, MT 59771 
406-587-6701 

Helena National Forest 

2880 Skyway Drive 
Helena, MT 59601 
406-449-5201 



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Kootenai National Forest 

506 US Highway 2, West 
Libby, MT 59923 
406-293-6211 

Lewis and Clark National Forest 

1 101 15th Street, North - POB 869 
Great Falls, MT 59403 
406-791-7700 

Lolo National Forest 

Bldg 24 Ft Missoula 
Missoula, MT 59801 
406-329-3776 

Nez Perce Historic Trail 

PO Box 7669 

Missoula, MT 59807 

406-329-3654 Fax: 406-329-3347 



NEW MEXICO 




Carson National Forest 

208 Cruz Alta Road - PO Box 558 
Taos, NM 87571 
503-758-6200 

Cibola National Forest 

2113 Osuna Road, Suite A 
Albuquerque, NM 87713-1001 
503-761-4650 

Gila National Forest 

2610 N. Silver Street 
Silver City, NM 88061 
505-388-8201 

Lincoln National Forest 

1101 New York Avenue 
Alamogordo, NM 88310 
505-437-6030 



NEBRASKA 



Nebraska National Forest 

270 Pine Street 
Chatron, NE 69337 
308-332-0300 



Santa Fe National Forest 

1220 St Francis Drive - PO Box 1689 
Santa Fe,NM 87504 
505-988-6940 



NORTH CAROLINA 



NEVADA 



Humboldt National Forest 

976 Mountain City Highway 
Elko, NV 89801 
702-783-5171 



National Forests In North Carolina: 
Croatan-Nantahala-Pisgah-Uwharrie National Forests 

100 Otis Street - PO Box 2750 
Asheville, NC 28802 

OHIO 



Toiyabe National Forest 

1200 Franklin Way 
Sparks, NV 89431 
702-331-6444 



Wayne National Forest 

219 Columbus Road 
Athens, OH 45701 
614-592-6644 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



White Mountain National Forest 

719 N. Main Street - PO Box 638 
Laconia,NH 03247 
603-528-8721 



OREGON 

Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area 

902 Wasco Avenue, Suite 200 
Hood River, OR 97031 
503-386-2333 

Deschutes National Forest 

1645 US Highway 20, East 
Bend, OR 97701 
503-388-2715 



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Fremont National Forest 

524 North G Street 
Lakeview, OR 97630 
503-947-2151 

Malheur National Forest 

139 NE Dayton Street 
John Day, OR 97845 
503-575-1731 

Mount Hood National Forest 

2955 NW Division Street 
Gresham,OR 97030 
503-666-0700 

Ochoco National Forest 

3000 E. Third PO Box 490 
Prineville, OR 97754 
503-447-6247 

Rogue River National Forest 

333 W. Eighth Street - PO Box 520 
Medford, OR 97501 
503-858-2200 

Siskiyou National Forest 

200 NE Greenfield Road - POB 440 
Grants Pass, OR 97526 
503-471-6500 

Siuslaw National Forest 

4077 Research Way 
Corvallis, OR 97339 
503-750-7000 

Umatilla National Forest 

2517 SWHailey Avenue 
Pendleton, OR 97801 
503-278-3716 

Umpqua National Forest 

2900 Stewart Parkway - POB 1008 
Roseburg, OR 97470 
503-672-6601 

Wallowa- Whitman National Forests 

1550 Dewey Avenue - PO Box 907 
Baker City, OR 97814 
503-523-6391 

Winema National Forest 

2819 Dahlia Street 
Klamath Falls, OR 97601 
503-883-6714 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Allegheny National Forest 

222 Liberty Street - PO Box 847 
Warren, PA 16365 
814-723-5150 

PUERTO RICO 

Carribbean National Forest 

University of Puerto Rico 
San Juan, PR 92008-0025 
809-766-5335 



SOUTH CAROLINA 

Francis Marion and Sumter National Forests 

1835 Assembly Street, Room 333 
Columbia, SC 29201 
803-765-5222 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

Black Hills National Forest 

Highway 385 North - Rt 2 Box 200 
Custer, SD 57730 
605-673-2251 



TENNESSEE 

Bald River Trail 

c/o Cherokee National Forest 

POBox 339 

Tellico Plains, TN 37385 

Cherokee National Forest 

2800 North Ocoee 
Cleveland, TN 37312 
615-476-9747 

TEXAS 

National Forests In Texas: 
Angelina-Davy Crockett-Sabine- 
Sam Houston National Forests 

701 N. First Street, Federal Building 

Lufkin, TX 75901 

409-639-8501 



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UTAH 



WASHINGTON 




Ashley National Forest 

355 N. Vernal Avenue 
Vernal, UT 84078 
801-789-1181 



Colville National Forest 

765 S. Main Street 
Colville, WA 99114 
509-684-3711 



Dixie National Forest 

82 North 100 East - POB 580 
Cedar City, UT 84721 
801-865-3700 



GifTord Pinchot National Forest 

6926 E. Fourth Plain Boulevard 
Vancouver, WA 98668 
206-750-5000 



Fishlake National Forest 

115 East 900 North 
Richfield, UT 84701 
801-896-9233 



Mt Baker - Snoqualmie National Forests 

21905 64th Avenue W. 
Mountlake Terra, WA 98043 
206-775-9702 



M anti-Lasal National Forest 

599 W. Price River Drive 
Price, UT 84501 
801-637-2817 



Okanogan National Forest 

1240 Second Avenue South - POB 950 
Okanogan, WA 98840 
509-826-3275 



Uinta National Forest 

88 West 100 North 
Provo,UT 84601 
801-377-5780 



Olympic National Forest 

1835 Black Lake Boulevard, SW 
Olympia, WA 98502 
206-956-2300 



Wasatch-Cache National Forest 

125 S. State Street, Suite 8230 
Salt Lake City, UT 84138 
801-524-5930 



Wenatchee National Forest 

30 1 Yakima Street PO Box 8 1 1 
Wenatchee, WA 98807 
509-662-4335 



VERMONT 



WEST VmGINIA 



Green Mountain - Finger Lakes National Forests 

231 N. Main Street 
RuUand, VT 05701 
802-747-6700 



Monongahela National Forest 

200 Sycamore Street 
Elkins, WV 26241 
304-636-1800 



VmGINIA 

George Washington National Forest 

101 N. Main Street - PO Box 233 
Harrisonburg, VA 22801 
603-433-2491 

Jefferson National Forest 

5162 Valleypointe Parkway 
Roanoke, VA 24019-3050 
703-982-6270 



West Fork Trail 

c/oMonongahela NF 
POBox 67 
Bartow, WV 24920 




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WISCONSIN 



Chequamegon National Forest 

1 170 Fourth Avenue, South 
Park Falls, WI 54552 
715-762-2461 

Nicolet National Forest 

68 S. Stevens Street 
Rhinelander, Wl 54501 
715-362-1300 



WYOMING 



Big Horn National Forest 

1969 S. Sheridan Avenue 
Sheridan, WY 82801 
307-674-2600 



Bridger-Teton National Forest 
PO Box 1888 
Jackson, WY 83001 
307-739-5500 

Medicine Bow National Forest 

2468 Jackson Street 
Laramie, WY 82070 
307-745-8971 

Shoshone National Forest 

225 W. Yellowstone Avenue 
Cody, WY 82414 
307-527-6241 







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APPENDIX D - INTERNATIONAL TRAILS ORGANIZATIONS 



South Australia Recreation Institute 

304 Henley Beach Road 
Underdale, 5032 
AUSTRALIA 



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Bruce Trail Association 

PO Box 857 

Hamilton, Ont, L8N 3N9 

CANADA 

905-529-6821 

The Association supports and promotes the 736-km Bruce Trail 

that runs along the Niagara Escarpment, a designated World 

Biosphere Park. 



Trans Canada Trail Foundation 

Site 5, Box 4, RR 12 

Calgary, Alb, T3E6W3 

CANADA 

403-246-4777 

The Foundation is an umbrella organization representing all 

local trail groups involved in the construction, maintenance, and 

administration of the trail. The mission is to help raise funds for 

the development of a trail across the continent from the Atlantic 

to the Pacific. 




Europaische Wandervereinigung e.V. 
European Ramblers^ Assocation 

Reichstrasse 4 - D-6600 

Saarbrucken 

GERMANY 

The Ramblers promote rambling, protect rights of way, 

campaign for access to open country and defend the beauty of 

the countryside. It publishes a series of E-Route Maps which 

show long distance trails throughout Europe. 



Long Distance Walking Routes Committee 

COSPOIR, nth Floor 

Hawkins House / Hawkins Street, Dublin 2 

IRELAND 



Israel Trails Committee 

4 Hashfela Street 

Tel-Aviv, 66183 

ISRAEL 

972-337-7502 

The organization is a voluntary, non-profit public committee 

which marks trails and publishes maps (available in English). 

They oversee the management of the long-distance Israel 

National Trail. 



Finnish Forest and Park Service 

PO Box 94 

Vantaa, SF-01301 

FINLAND 

Tel: +358-(9) 0-857-841 



Federation Franc aise 

De La Randonnee Pedestre - Centre D'Infomation 

64 Rue De Gergovie 

Paris, 75014 

FRANCE 

Tel: (1)45-45-31-02 

This is a clearing house for information about hiking in France, 

publishing materials in English, willing to ship guides to the 

U.S. 




Te Papa Atawhai 
Department Of Conservation 

PO Box 10420 

Wellington 

NEW ZEALAND 

Tel: (04) 471-0726 

Mission: Management of the New Zealand's parks and trails 

system. Publishes material about hiking in New Zealand. 



Den Norske Turistforening (DNT) 

Postboks 1963 Vika 

Oslo, N0125 

NORWAY 

47 -22-8-3-20-13-32 

Founded: 1868 

The organization maintains an extensive system of trails in 

partnership with the Norwegian Directorate for state forests and 

lands. Norway's hut system is also under their care. 




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APPENDIX D - INTERNATIONAL TRAILS ORGANIZATIONS 



The Hiking Federation of South Africa 

PO Box 1420 

Randburg, 2125 

SOUTH AFRICA 

ll\886-5424 

Mission: An Association of affiliated clubs and individual 

members. The Federation also is dedicated to the 

preservation of and the commitment to the natural 

envirorunent. 



Svenska Turistforeningen 
(Swedish Touring Club) 

Box 25 

Stockholm, 101 20 

SWEDEN 

+46-8-20-13-32 

The Club assists the Swedish Environmental Protection 

Agency in managing Sweden's trail system. A partnership 

also exists with the tourism board to publish hiking guides 

and to manage Sweden's hut system. 



Long Distance Paths Advisory Service 

11 Cotswold Court 

Chester, CH3 5UZ 

UNITED KINGDOM 

Sandy Lane 

Mission: Provides maps and guides to all the long-distance 

paths and E Routes in Europe. 



The Ramblers Association 

1/5 Wandsorth Road 

London, SW8 2XX 

UNITED KINGDOM 

171-582-6878 

Founded: 1935 Members: 100,000 

This group is dedicated to the protection and preservation of 

the countryside, as it pertains to recreational activities. They 

provide a number of fact sheets, guides, and maps for 

walkers in Britain 



Swiss Trails 

Im Hirshalm 49 

Riehen, 4125 

SWITZERLAND 

061-601-1535 

Founded: 1930 

Construction and maintenance of a marked trail system is 

the major focus of Swiss Trails. The organization receives 

public funds to support office and publish maps. It draws 

from a large volunteer base in order to maintain extensive 

trails system. 



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96 



INDEX - INDIVIDUAL NAMES 



—A— 

Aaron, Barbara 54 

Abboud, Jerry 17 

Abramowski, Dwain .... 34 

Ackelson, Mark C 27 

Adler, CyrusA 47 

Ahem, Catherine 3 

Alderman, Nancy 19 

Allen, Debbie 89 

Alley, Doug 61 

Ames, Lawrence 16 

Anderson, Ders 25 

Anderson, Jodee 62 

Anderson, John 3 

Andrews, Dave 14 

Andrews, David 57 

Anestis, Diane 66 

Arnold, George 6 

Au, Kenneth 23 

— B— 

Backhaus, Fred 47 

Bailey, Dick 62 

Ball, Greg 64 

Ball, Michael 56 

Banfield, Richard 6 

Barbee, Lavon 8 

Barnes, John 24 

Barnes, Ruth E 11 

Bamesberger, Roger L. . 39 

Bamitz, Joy 46 

Barr.B 53 

Bass, Chris 28 

Bateman, Sam 65 

Bauer, Amy C 18 

Bauer, Julian 32 

Bauer, Kirk 4 

Baugous, Jeanne M 28 

Bay, Ernest 65 

Beach, Allison 68 

Beardsley , Wendell 86 

Beargrease, John 37 

Bechtel,Mark 29 

Becker, Kirsten 54 

Beimer, William 54 

Bergen, Rod 16 

Bergin, Ron 67 

Bernard, Tim 23 

Berrigan, Teiry 50 

Beye, Howard 45 

Biethauer, Jeff 55 

Bigler, David 7 

Biszick, Bruce 18 

Blashock, Leon 55 

Block, Bradley 28 



Block, Wes 24 

Blount, Derek 4 

Blount, Terry A 34 

Blumenthal, Tim 3 

Bluhon, Peter 13 

Blunden, Rick 16 

Bogert, Frank M 12 

Boisvert, Mike 41 

Bolich, Chris and Phil... 64 

Bond, Peter D 53 

Bossart, Merrily 59 

Botts, Brent 86 

Bowers, Bob 26 

Bradner, Mead 34 

Brandenburg, Peter 34 

Branges, Ed 32 

Bratton, Dick 18 

Bressler, Taylor 64 

Bridge, Bill 62 

Brinkman, Don 69 

Brittain, Wallace 70,71 

Broman, M 44 

Brooks, J. Robert 58 

Brown, Bettye D 67 

Brown, David 1 

Brown, Palmer 56 

Browne, Rickey 21 

Brunsma, Steve 28 

Brusoe, Mary 46 

Bryan, Ken 22 

Buehler, Martin 25 

Burden, Dan 22 

Bums, Aim 28 

Bums, Nancy 28 

Burrier, George M 24 

Burt, Rick 49 

Burton, Phil 65 

Burwell, David 5 

Busby, Ethan 11 

Bush, Joe 50 

Butterfield, Laurie 4 

— c— 

Canals, Evelyn 57 

Cardinet, Jr. George 12 

Carmichael, Dave 27 

Carroll, Irwin 2 

Carson, Holly 3 

Carter, Ron 58 

Cartwright, Gary 11 

Cashin, Jim 22 

Cates, Richcard L 67 

Caverly, Caverly 31 

Ceccolini, Robert 19 

Chappell,Dos 17 

Chase, Malcolm 40 

Cheatum,Bill 22 



Christie, Larry 29 

Ciano, Diane Marie 19 

Cieslinski, Tom 31 

Cifelli, Nancy (Dutko)... 19 

Clark, Collier 22 

Clark, Gilbert 3 

Coan, Clark H 29 

Cobb, Joann S 12 

Cofer, George 60 

Coleman, Ron 38 

Collins, Clark L 3 

Collins, Jan 19 

Compher, John 59 

Copper, Kent L 40 

Cote, Elsie 32 

Craig, Ron 26 

Crandall, Derrick 1 

Crazier, Craig 61 

Crenshaw, Ron 9 

Crimmins, Tom 86 

Cripe, Richard 69 

Cronin, Cate 31 

Cross, Judy 31 

Curiale, Don 34 

Curran, John M 87 

Cusick, Chuck 26 

— D— 

Daehler.Bill 51 

Dailey, David 86 

Dalbey, Jack 23 

Danger, Tom 37 

Daniel, Paul 50 

Daniels, Constance V. ...58 

Darmofal, Patricia 33 

Davis, Heidi 6 

Davis, Joan 58 

Davis-Brown, Donna 23 

Davy, John 64 

Dayton-Smith, Dai 48 

De Armey, Jennifer 32 

Deaton, Edwin 57 

Debo, Jerry 59 

DeCarli, Wayne 20 

Degenfelder, John 14 

DeLaet, Edward W 51 

DeLong, GaryL 26 

DePass.Ted 15 

Devictor, Fred 29 

Diehl,Lew 69 

Diestler, H. Charles 36 

Diflora, Michael 59,63 

Dillon, Tom 49 

Dilsaver, Dick 29 

Dionne, Dave 32 

Ditmar, AG 46 

Dixon, Ron 63 



Dodds,Tom 58 

Domy, Mike and Debbie23 

Donovan, Julie A 51 

Domfeld, Mike 66 

Douglas, Paul 60 

Dowis, Joan 7 

Drake, Don 9 

Drexler, R 45 

Dufley, Theresa 63 

Dumas, Sharon 1 

Dustmde, Jim 37 

Dutch, Margaret 60 

Duvendack, Marianne ... 51 

Dwayne demons 30 

Dwyer, Mark 38 

— E— 

Eastin, Kenneth 11 

Ebert, Vem 18 

Economou, Jack 45 

Edmonds, Henry 19 

Egolf,Dan 9 

Eissmann, Linda 40 

Elinor Craven 30 

Ellis, Duanne 30 

Engel, Chuck 52 

Engle, Helen 65 

Epstein, David J 43 

Ernst, Tim 11 

Esarey, Mike 26 

Eslinger, Jim 49 

Evans, Drummond 53 

Eychaner, Jim 66 

Eyler, Chad 56 

— F— 

Falander, Andrew 6 

Famham, Ellen 63 

Fazel, John 11 

Felton, Virginia 64 

Fenney, Stephen 47 

Fiero, Terry 36 

Filkins, Mylon 2 

Fisher, Lorilee 34 

Fitzwilliams, Jeannette.. 63 

Fletcher, Pat 34 

Flitcroft, Eric 65 

Fonseca, Dan 31 

Foote, Kathleen 39 

Forrester, Mildred J 53 

Frank, Leonard 43 

Frank, Mary 55 

Frank, Ron 63 

Frazier, Janice 15 

Fritz, Harry 7 

Frostad, Todd 36 



97 



INDEX - INDIVIDUAL NAMES 



Funk, Ted 27 

— G— 

Gaines, David 70 

Gamble, Norm 64 

Gardner, Len 64 

Gaskill, Gudy 17 

Gatten, Bob 4 

Gatz,Tim 52 

Gebhard, Gary L 39 

Geisler, Constance 62 

Georgeson, Larry 68 

Gerckens, Aim 50 

Gerencser, John 54 

Gerkens, Dave 30 

Germon, Jud 22 

Gerson, Grant 13 

Getgen, Richard 53 

Gibble, Henley 5 

Gilbert, Thomas L 70 

Gillespie, Marilyn 44 

Giorgi,Pat 71 

Gluck.Pam 10 

Godsey, Rick 33 

Goemaat, Dennis 27 

Golden, Steve 71 

Gomm, Lyle 86 

Gontang, Ozzie 3 

Goodwin, Tony 46 

Gorremans, Linda 65 

Grangaard, Boimie 67 

Gratz, Judith 57 

Graves, S. James 37 

Gray, E.Paul 41 

Gray, John W 55 

Gray, Ronald R 55 

Gregg, MiUy 28 

Gregor, Emily S 50 

Griffin, Bob 64 

Grimm, Del 4 

GToff,Gary 38 

— H— 

Habeck, Robert 39 

Haberl, Marie 45 

Haker,Pat 50 

Hall, Fred 25 

Hallock, Carol J 25 

Halloran, Nancy 34 

Hamilton, Robert 27 

Hamilton, Sharon 16 

Haramett, Doris Bixby .. 48 

Hammond, Robert 63 

Hancock, Steve 10 

Harden, Randy 4 

Harris, BiU 18 

Harris, Howard 32 

Hass, William 57 



Haugo, Don 3 

Heath, Mike 14 

Heeley, Susan 14 

Hejlek,Al 6 

Helfnch,Phil 18 

Helm, Tom 53 

Henderson, Anne 26 

Henry Chambers 22 

Henry, Susan 52 

Hensley, Darlene 29 

Heme, Mary Ann 21 

Hersel, Jorge 90 

Hesse, Mark 1 

Hester, Keimeth 8 

Heumann, Peter 11 

Hewston, Dennis 48 

Heymen, Marsha 86 

Hibbard,John 19 

Hickey, Joseph 20 

Hicks, Rosemary 12 

Hildesheim, Tom 23 

Hill, Caroline 25 

Hilhnan,Bill 12 

Hindman, Darwin 38 

Hink,Mark 39 

Hoagland, Glenn D 47 

Hodgdon, David 34 

Hodo, Jimmy 37 

Hoey, Lillian 43 

Holbrook- White, Sheila.. 8 

Holcomb, Kathy 13 

Holloway, Elizabeth 20 

Holmberg, Patty 39 

Holmes, Duane 71 

Holmquist, Ruby 24 

Hopkins, Alix W 31 

Hopkins, Phoebe 54 

Houde, John 25 

House, Forrest E 6 

Howes, Dr. David 54 

Howk, Cynthia 47 

Hoyer, E 47 

Hoyt,Willard 48 

Huber, Tom 68 

Hudson, Keith 8 

Hupp, Dee 13 

—I— 

I^wlito, Jim 20 

Irwin, Bette 54 

—J— 

Jacobs, William 59 

Jakue, Monica 33 

Jester, Ron 20 

Jette, Earl 41 

Johnson, Chad 60 

Johnson, Doim 36 



Jones, Charles 15 

Jones, Ellen 20 

— K— 

Kacalanos, Peter 48 

Kahn,Bill 13 

Kalagher, Becky 33 

Kalish, Susan 2 

Kaminsky, John 47 

Kane, Christine 48 

Kane, Katherine S 19 

Kaplan, Meredith 70 

Kean, Ron 2 

Keimach, Jill 12 

Keith, Nancy 64 

Kelley, Irene 53 

Kelly, Bill 32 

Kelly, Maia 66 

Ken Croker 15 

Kem, Jim 3 

Kidd, Thomas 27 

Killian, Richard 67 

Kimball, Patrick 34 

Kincade, Trudy 10 

Kines, Charles L 32 

King, Don 70 

King, Mary Lou 9 

Kirkman, Larkin 49 

Kitchens, R.L 89 

Knepshield, Robert 54 

Knudson, John 61 

Kohler, Terry 67 

Kohles, Derald S 39 

Koos, Mary Aime 22 

Korgan, Jolene 18 

Kowalski, Doug 67 

Kozak, James 44 

Krakow, JereL 70 

Krepner, Mike 4 

Krostue, Bob 36 

Kuhstoss, Gary 10 



Lafayette, Marguerite .... 48 

Lafleur, Karen 58 

Laitin, Jon 31 

Laity, Dan 51 

Lambertson, John Mark . 38 

Landman, Jim 4 

Landon, Mike 7 

Landry, J.E.R 39 

Lane, Alan 26 

Langley, Deborah 52 

Lnzillotta,P 45 

Larrison, Bill 26 

Larson, Jan 43 

Larson, Linda 37 

Larue, Ralph 66 



Laurence, Donna 51 

Lawrence, B 45 

Lebowitz, Jack 45 

Lehman, Josh 34 

Leibold, Robert 15 

Lekwa, Steve 27 

Leslie, Giimy 58 

Levenson, Jane 45 

Leyton, Jon 66 

Li, George 42, 46 

Lilawsa, Frank 17 

Lillard, David 1 

Linda, Cummins 60 

Linde, Michael 71 

Linden, Carl A 32 

Lipka, Bobbi 46 

Livingston, Courtney 58 

Lockwood, Richard C. ... 64 

Longacre, Jack 3 

Look, Claude A 15 

Lopez, Michell A 30 

Luitje,Bill 35 

Lukei, Jr., Reese F 1 

Lundquist, Eric 1 

Lusk, Aime 62 

Lydecker, Ryck 4, 5 

— M— 

Macdonald, Stuart 4,19 

Mackey,R.P 68 

Madison, Beth 40 

Magmusen, Steve 25 

Mallery,T 45 

Manfredonia, Nancy 47 

Maim, Amy Wallop 1 

Martha Bravo Colunga .. 57 

Masson, Thomas E 67 

Maxwell, Denise 29 

Mayer, Doug 41 

Mazzuchelli, Kathleen... 31 

McAdams, Ralph 24 

McAfee, Dennis 41 

McBaine, Darrell 49 

McBrayer,Ed 22 

McCann, Jim 21 

McConnell, C.C 50 

McConnell. Rob 68 

McCoy, Michael 1 

McDonough, Garrett 2 

McDowell, Lynda... 16, 40 
McEdward-Rand, Pennie62 

McGee, Tom 12 

Mclntire, Paul 66 

Mcintosh, Hugh 63 

Mclntyre, Craig 59 

McKinney, Patrick 56 

McLain, Michael 20 

McLaughlin, Charles 49 

McLaughlin, Elise 44 



98 



INDEX - INDIVIDUAL NAMES 



McLaughlin, M 45 

McMahon, Ed 5 

Mcmullen, L 45 

McNeely, Lori 5 

McNutt, Peggy 42 

Meek,Cleo 55 

Meller, Christina 23 

Menken, Don 28 

Mentock,Bill 69 

Michel, Bill 16 

Milbum, Philip 4 

Miller, Chard 4 

Miller, Ken 60 

Miller, W.G 43 

Minium, Mike 51 

Miquelon, Marcia 67 

Moak, Jim 37 

Moffitt,Ron 6 

Moorman, Bill 68 

Moorschel, Susan 20 

More, Jason 52 

Morgan, Charles 1 1 

Morgenfeld, Doug 47 

Morobitlo, Paul 60 

Morris, Kim 61 

Morris, Michael 57 

Mosby, Jack 70 

Mosgrovl, Iris J 17 

Mosher, Larry 18 

Muller, Harvey 33 

Mundie, D 44 

Munn,Hal 13 

Murphy, Jim 64 

Myers, Ron 57 

Myles, William 43 

— N— 

Naegel, Aimette 31 

Neave, Helen 42 

Neenan, Tom 27 

Nelkie, Gary 35 

Nelson, Joaime 54 

Nelson, Sandie 64 

Newby, Theresa 14 

Nichols, Kathryn 60 

Nichols, Richard 12 

Nolan, Daniel A 51 

Norman Christian 29 

O'Neill, William....' 19 

OT)eU,John 24,25 

ODonnell, MolUe 51 

0'Heam,Bill 42 

OMalley, Kevin 57 

Olsen, William R 35 

Olson, Dave 28 



Olson, Jetlrey 48 

Ortegon, Carolyn 60 

Ortegon, Rollie 31 

Overfield, Wendall 7 

— P— 

Packard, David 53 

Paige, Bemice E 23 

Pahner, Ethel 21 

Palmer, Jim 14 

Parrish,Bo 60 

Patten, Patty 12 

Patterson, Bob 44 

Pawlowski, Steven 41 

Pelkey, Wayne 62 

Pennybacker, Sallie 44 

Perri, Steve 59 

Petruzzi, Lisa G 51 

PettingiU, Kathleen 51 

Pfeiff, Steve 17 

Plumb, George 62 

Pochter, Theodore 20 

Poole, Craig 42 

Port, Bill 22 

Porter, Bill 22 

Portmann, Don 65 

Potter, Robert 70 

Powell, Ralph 35 

Power, Bonnie 16 

Preble, Wendy 42 

Purington, Richard 9 

Purser, Paul 52 

— R— 

Raap.Kim 59 

Rabum, Robert 13 

Rademacher, Susan 30 

Ragins, Alan 71 

Raker, Tom 66 

Ramsey, Karyl A 65 

Randolph, John 56 

Rannebarger, Ed 50 

Ratte, Catherine 68 

Ray, Brad 41 

Reed, Jxme 56 

Regan, Paul 47 

Reilly,BillandKathie...l3 

Reimers, Tom 46 

Reiser, Steve 23 

Reimer, Jim 52 

Rice, Barbara 12 

Richards, Bob 59 

Ridley, Skye 2 

Roddy, Jim 48 

Rogers, Claire 65 

Ronkin, Michael 53 

Rosche, Olga 47 



Rose, Kevin 62 

Rosen, Ron 46 

Ross, Nancy 56 

Ross, D.Tom 70 

Rossmann, Tony 16 

Roimdtree, Charlie 24 

Royer, Donald 26 

Russell, Gil 9 

Russell, Jennifer 13 

Ryan, Christopher J 33 

Ryan, Dale 40 

Ryan,Mikel 40 

Ryan, Tricia 36 

— s— 

Sachs, Sidney 63 

Sacks, Karl 55 

Sanborn, Craig 40 

Sandler, Marlene 14 

Sandy Coambs 16 

Sargent-Beach, Craig 14 

Savage, Robert 31 

Schaber, Dale 68 

Schaefer, Donald S 25 

Schilke, Mark 42 

Schnack, Debbie 38 

Schneider, Cindy 69 

Schrader, Lu 66 

Schrefiler, Andy 56 

Schreiner, Larry 50 

Schroeder, Kris 68 

Schwan, Joan 16 

Schwartz, Robert 28 

Scott, Dennis 38 

Scott, Michelle 44 

Sexton, Tom 53 

Shaffer, Dermis 62 

Shapiro, Robert 52 

Shaw, Jack 61 

Shaw,Paul 41 

Shields, Richard and Esther 

1 

Shultis,Liz 34 

Silverman, Carl H 54 

Sims, Stormy 52 

Sjoblom, Eric 57 

Sleight, Barbara 46 

Snxith, Bemie 86 

Smith, Sandra 37 

Snowdon, Michelle 40 

Somnis, Mary 37 

Soriano, Alicia 22 

Speelman, Kent 66 

Spencer, Thomas A 60 

Spicka, Jeffrey 43 

Spitzer.Bill 70 

Starcher, Jerry 50 

Stark, Dave 86 



Startzell, David 2 

Stepniewski, Susan 65 

Stevens, Berry 14 

Stevens, Don 45 

Stewart, David 2 

Stineman, Donald E 50 

Stochel, Jr., Walter 42 

Stone, Beth 57 

Stone, Nancy 71 

Stover, Dan 44 

Straub, Pete 69 

Strauss, Jr., Clifford 55 

Strickland, Jon 8 

Sullivan, Jim 66 

Sundquist, Bruce 56 

Suppes, Deborah 10 

Susan Coleman 65 

Sussman, Rich 70 

Sutherland, Carol 32 

Sweeny, Bob 6 

Sykora, Normem 63 

— T— 

Talbert, Bob 87 

Tall, Don 20 

Tamari, L 45 

Tasse, Jim 62 

Tate, Bob 61 

Tentarelh, Liz 33 

Teri D'ignazio 56 

Thomas, Randall 68 

Thomas, W 44 

Thomason, Betsy 41 

Thompson, Kay 52 

Thompson, Simon 49 

Thombury, Bob 25 

Thwaites, Tom 55 

Tichenor, Cary M 30 

Tieman, Carroll 31 

Tingley, Lyime 10 

Toman, Lisa 19 

Towers, Dan 28 

Tracy, Celeste 43 

Tracy, Margene 25 

Train, D. Thomas 44 

Trinkle, E. Lee 8 

Tunison, Wally 42 

Turner, J 44 

—V— 

Van Es, Ken 67 

Vancio, Maryaime 15 

Vandam, Nick 44 

Vandebroek, Margaret ...31 

Vause, Mikel 61 

Vellutini, Carol 15 

Vibert, Dave 19 



99 



INDEX - INDIVIDUAL NAMES 



Vicki Coscia 14 

Vogels, Richard S 31 

Vogt, Cecilia 66 

Vonnegetor, Richard 26 

Vozga, James T 47 

— w— 

Waddell, Dixie 8 

Wagnondum, Susan 8 

Walker, Bob 39 

Walker, Robert 41 

Walsh, Edward 45 

Walters, John 27 

Ward, Bruce & Paula 7 

Warhofig, Barry 67 

Warner, John G 18 

Warren, Morris 32 

Watson, Snyder 24 

Weiss, Marc 30 

Welch, Jack 17 

Wells, Chuck 24 

Wels,Ingrid 52 

Werner, Gary 4 

Wert, Fred 5 

Weston, Steve 11 

Whitesell, Stephen E 17 

Wicks, Doug 39 

Wilkinson m, William C. 2 

Willard, Charlie 11,16 

Willcox, Louisa 39 

William Couch 8 

Williams, Craig 25 

Williams, Gilbert 20 

Williamson, Alice 36 

Williamson, Lavonne .... 67 

Wilson, Richard R 53 

Wilt, Richard 83 

Wislocki, George S 33 

Wolf, James R 3 

Wolf, John C 33 

Wolf, Mel 17 

Wolbier,P 45 

Wood, Brent 51 

Wysopal, George 9 



— z— 

Zaidlicz, Mike 85 




— Y— 

Yardley-Baker, Georgia.. 61 

Yamell, Victor 56 

Yates, Curtis 49 

Yoder, JohnD 26 

Yokel, Bemie 21 

York, Ben 7 

Yost, Steve 22 

Young, Steve 62 

Yoimg, Tim 69 



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—4— 

4 Wheels To Freedom 26 

—A— 

Adirondack Forty-Sixers, Inc 46 

Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK) 44 

Adirondack Mountain Club- New Jersey Chapter 41 

Adirondack Ski Touring Council 46 

ADK-Black River Chapter 44 

ADK-Cold River Chapter 53 

ADK-Finger Lakes Chapter 44 

ADK-Genesee Valley Chapter 44 

ADK-Iroquois Chapter 44 

ADK-Keene Valley Chapter 44 

ADK-Knickerbocker Chapter 44 

ADK-Lake Placid Chapter 44 

ADK-Laurentian Chapter 44 

ADK-Long Island Chapter 45 

ADK-Mid Hudson Chapter 45 

ADK-Mohican Chapter 45 

ADK-Niagara Frontier Chapter 45 

ADK-North Woods Chapter 45 

ADK-Onondaga Chapter 45 

ADK-Ramapo Chapter 45 

ADK-Schenectady Chapter 45 

ADK-Shatagee Woods Chapter 45 

ADK-Susquehanna Chapter 45 

Adventure Cycling 1 

Adventures For Women 41 

Alabama Appalachian Association 8 

Alabama Biu^eau of Urban Planning 8 

Alabama Economic and Community Affairs 8 

Alaska Department of Transportation 9 

Alaska Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation 9 

Alaska Dog Mushers Association 8 

Alaska Snowmobile Association 8 

Alaska Trails and Greenway Coalition 9 

Alaskan Sled Dog and Racing Association 8 

Allagash Wilderness Waterway 31 

Allegheny Outdoor Club 54 

Allegheny Valley Land Trust 54 

Allegheny Valley Trails Association 54 

All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Minnesota 36 

Alpine Lakes Protection Society 64 

AMC Connecticut Chapter 19 

America Outdoors 1 

American Cycling Association 1 

American Discovery Trail 1 

American Discovery Trail -California Section 11 

American Discovery Trail - Colorado Section 17 

American Discovery Trail - Delaware Section 20 

American Discovery Trail - Illinois Section 24 

American Discovery Trail - Indiana Section 26 

American Discovery Trail - Iowa Section 27 

American Discovery Trail - Kansas Section 29 



American Discovery Trail - Missouri Section 38 

American Discovery Trail - Nebraska Section 39 

American Discovery Trail - Nevada Section 40 

American Discovery Trail - Ohio Section 50 

American Discovery Trail - Utah Section 60 

American Discovery Trails - West Virginia Section 66 

American Endurance Ride Conference 

American Hiking Society 

American Historic Trails 

American Horse Council 

American Motorcyclist Association 

American Mountain Foundation 

American Recreation Coalition 

American Running and Fitness Association 2 

American Trails 2 

American Volkssjwrt Association 2 

American Walkers Association 2 

American Youth Hostel - Colimibus Coimcil 50 

Amigosde Anza 11 

Anacostia Headwaters Greenway 32 

Anchorage Snowmobile Club Inc 8 

Andover Trails Committee 33 

Anniston Outdoor Association 8 

Anthracite Scenic Trails Association 54 

Appalachian Long Distance Hikers 2 

Appalachian Mountain Club 6, 33, 57 

Appalachian Mountain Club - Maine Chapter 30 

Appalachian Mountain Club - NY/NJ Trails Chapter 45 

Appalachian Trdl Conference 2 

Arizona Department of Transportation 11 

Arizona Motorcycle Dealers Association 10 

Arizona Off-Highway Vehicle Association 10 

Arizona State Horesmen's Association 10 

Arizona State Parks 11 

Arizona Trail Association 10 

Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department 1 1 

Arkansas State Parks 11 

Arkansas Trail Riders Association Inc i 1 

Arkansas Trails Council 11 

Arrowhead Trail 54 

Ashland Mountain Supply Hiking Club 52 

Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs 67 

ATV Association 61 

— B— 



Backcountry Horsemen of America 2 

Backcountry Horsemen of California 11 

Backcoimtry Horsemen of Inland Empire 64 

Backcountry Horsemen of Montana 38 

Backcountry Horsemen of Utah 60 

Backcountry Horsemen of Washington 64 

Backpack Section Loma Prieta Chapter Sierra Club 12 

Balsam Highland Task Force 48 

Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks 32 

Baltimore-Annapolis Trail 32 

Basin and Range 4 Wheel Drive Club 61 

Batona Hiking Club of Philadelphia 54 

Bavarian Volkssport Association 64 



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Bay Area Ridge Trail Council 12 

Bay Circuit Alliance 33 

Bay State Trail Riders Association 33 

Bedford Hiking Club 26 

Benn Burr Trail 64 

Benton MacKaye Trail Association 22 

Berkeley Hiking Club 12 

Berks County Conservancy 54 

Berkshire Natural Resources Council 33 

Bicycle Advocacy Group of Mississippi 37 

Bicycle Colorado 17 

Bicycle Federation of America 2 

Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin 67 

Bicycle U.S.A 2 

Bicycling and Trails Association of Wyoming 69 

Bicycling Federation of Pennsylvania 53 

Big City Mountaineers, Inc 3 

Big Horn 4X4 61 

Biking Across Kansas 29 

Birmingham Urban Mountain Pedalers 8 

Bismarck-Mandan Rough Riders 49 

Blue Moimtain Eagle Hiking and Climbing Club 54 

Blue Ribbon Coalition Inc 3 

Board 28 

Bonneville Shorline Trail 61 

Broad Brook Coalition 33 

Bruce Trail Association 95 

Brush Bunch M.C 23 

Buckeye Trail Association 50 

Bureau of Parks and Recreation 31 

Buxmont Riding Club 54 

— c— 

Calabasas Posse 12 

California Recreational Trails Committee 12 

California Association Bicycling Organization 12 

California Department of Parks and Recreation 16 

California State Horsemen's Association 12 

California Trails Foundation 12 

California Transportation Department 16 

Cape Cod Trails Conference 34 

Capital Hiking Club 63 

Cardigan Highlanders 40 

Cardinal Greenway 26 

Carolina Backpackers Association 58 

Carolina Mountain Club 48 

Carroll County Equestrian Council 32 

Cascade Driftskippers 65 

Cascade Orienteering Club 65 

Cascadians (The) 65 

Catamount Trail Association 62 

Catskill Center Conservation and Development 46 

Cavalier Trail Riding Club Inc 17 

Cayuga Trails Club 46 

Cedar City Trails Coimcil 61 

Cedar Valley Nature Trail 27 

Center Hiking Club 20 

Central Arizona Backpackers 10 

Central Indiana Wilderness Club 26 



Central Jersey Bicycle Club 42 

Central New York Orienteering 46 

Chagrin Valley Trails and Riding 50 

Challenge Alaska 8 

Chatham Trails Association 34 

Chequamegon Area Mountain Bicycle Association 67 

Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Association 32 

Chichaqua Valley Trail 27 

Chief Shabbona Trail 24 

Chiltem Mountain Club 41 

Chinese Moimtain Club of New York 42, 46 

Chinook Trail Association 65 

Chippewa River Trail 67 

Chugiak Dog Mushers Association 9 

Churchville Nature Center 54 

Clear Creek Bicycle Club 17 

Clear Creek Pathway 69 

Clear Lake Horsemans Association 12 

Cleveland Hiking Club, Inc 50 

CMTRA-Enduro-Quad Dusters 17 

Coachella Valley Trails Council 13 

Coastwalk 12 

College Conservation Corps of Maine' 30 

College Park Area Bicycle Coalition 32 

Colorado Blizzards 17 

ColoradoDepartment of Highways 19 

Colorado Division of Parks & Recreation 19 

Colorado Motorcycle Trail Riders 17 

Colorado Moimtain Club 17 

Colorado Mountain Club- Boulder Group 18 

Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition 17 

Colorado Plateau Mountain Bicycle Trail Association 18 

Colorado Snowmobile Association 17 

Colorado Trail Foundation 17 

Colusa County Trails Council 13 

Concerned Off Road Bicyclists Association 12 

Conewago Trail 54 

Connecticut Department of Transportation 20 

Connecticut Forest and Park Association 19 

Connecticut Greenways Council 19 

Cormecticut Horse Coimcil 19 

Connecticut Office of Parks and Recreation 20 

Cormecticut Trails 19 

Connecticut Valley Action Program 34 

Continental Divide Trail 7 

Continental Divide Trail Society 3 

Corsair Trail Council 35 

Creative Wilderness Experience 3 

Cresent Trail Hiking Association 46 

Croom Trail Horseman 21 

Cross State Trail Riders 33 

Cross Timbers Equestrian Trail Association 60 

Cumberland Valley Rail Trails 54 

Cuyahoga Valley Trails Council 51 

Cycle America 3 

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Dalton Trail Sled Dog Association 9 

Dartmouth Outing Club 41 



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Delaware and Rari tan Greenway 42 

Delaware Bicycle Council 20 

Delaware Department of Parks and Recreation 20 

Delaware Department of Transportation 20 

Delaware Valley Orienteering Association 55 

DenNorske Turistforening 95 

Desert Riders 13 

Desert Trail Association 7 

Discover Indiana Riding Trails (D.I.R.T.) 26 

District of Columbia Public Works 20 

Douglas Area Trail Association 36 

Dry River Trail 41 

Dutchess-Putnam County - Appalachian Trail Club 46 

— E— 

E Mau Na Ala Hele 23 

East Bay Area Trails Council 13 

East Bay Bicycle Coalition 13 

East Bay Bicycle Path 57 

East Coast Greenway Coalition 6 

Eastern Nebraska Trails Network 39 

Edison Greenways Group 42 

Elk River Trail 66 

Elroy-Sparta Trail 67 

Equestrian Trails 3 

Equestrian Trails, Inc. - Corral 63 13 

Essex County Trails Association 34 

Eugene OffRoad Cyclists 53 

Europaische Wandervereinigung e.V 95 

Evanston Bicycle Club 24 

— F— 

Farmington Canal Rail-Trail 19 

Federation Francaise 95 

Finger Lakes Trail Conference (FLTA) 45 

Finnish Forest and Park Service 95 

Florida Audubon Society 21 

Florida Canoe Trails 22 

Florida Department of Natural Resources 22 

Florida Department of Transportation 22 

Florida Freewheelers Inc 21 

Florida Greenways 21 

Florida Trail Association 21 

Foothills Equestrian Nature Center 49 

Foothills Rails-To-Trails Coalition 65 

Foothills Trail Conference 58 

Fort Armstrong Horseman's Association Inc 55 

Fox Valley Sierra Group 68 

Fredericksburg Cychsts 63 

Friendly Trails Wandering Club 32 

Friends of Blue Hills 34 

Friends of Glacial Drumlin Trail 68 

Friends of Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway 41 

Friends of Pumpkinvine National Trail 26 

Friends of The Anacortes Community 65 

Friends of the Betsie Valley Trail 35 

Friends of the Delaware Canal 55 



Friends of The I and M Canal 24 

Friends of The Rock Island Trail 24 

Friends of The Shawangunks 47 

Friendsof The Wapack 41 

Friends of the Warner Trail 34 

Friendsof the Wissahickon Inc 55 

Friends of Wildwoods and Trails, Inc 53 

FTA, Big Cypress Chapter 21 

FTA, Central Florida Chapter 21 

FTA, Happy Hoofers Chapter 21 

FTA, Heartland Chapter 21 

FTA, Indian River Chapter 21 

FTA, Loxahatchee Chapter 21 

FTA, N, Florida Trail Blazers 21 

FTA, Suncoast Chapter 21 

— G— 

Gateway Trailnet 24 

Gee Haw Gang Saddle Club 25 

Genesee Valley Hiking Club 47 

Georgia Department of Natural Resources 22 

Georgia Appalachian Trail Club 22 

Georgia Blind Adventurers 22 

Georgia Department of Natural Resources 22 

Georgia Department of Transportation 22 

Georgia Orienteering Club 22 

German-American Hiking Club 47 

Glendora Trails Committee 13 

Goodhue Pioneer Trail 36 

Granite State Wheelmen 40 

Great Lakes Spine Trail 27 

Great Plains Trail Network 39 

Great River Trail 27 

Great Western Trail Association 7 

Greater Arizona Bicycling Association 10 

Greater Cheyenne Greenway 69 

Greater Yellowstone Coalition 39 

Green Bay High Riders Ltd 68 

Green Bay Trail (Glencoe Section) 25 

Green Mountain Club, Inc 62 

— H— 

Haines Ski and Hiking Club 9 

Hamden Parks and Recreation Department 19 

Happy Hikers 65 

Harry Cook Nature Trail 27 

Haskell Rail-Trail 29 

Hawaii Department of Natural Resources 23 

Hawaii Division of Highways 23 

Hawaiian Trail and Mountain Club 23 

Hayward Hiking Club 13 

Heart of Iowa Nature Trail 27 

Heart of Ohio Hikers 51 

Heartland State Trail 36 

Heights Bicycle Trail 39 

Heritage Trails Fund 12 

Hermosa Valley Greenbelt 13 



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Hickory Grove Park 27 

High Sierra Stock Users Association 13 

Highpointers Club 3 

Hoosier Hikers 26 

Hoosier's Rails to Trails 26 

Hoover Nature Trail, Inc 28 

Horseways 55 

Houston Orienteering Club 60 

Houston Sierra Club 60 

Huachuca Hiking Club 10 

Hudson River Waterway Association 42 

Hudson Valley Orienteering 47 

Hunterdon Hiking Club 43 

—I— 

Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation 67 

Idaho Alpine Club 23 

Idaho ATV Association 23 

Idaho Department of Transportation 24 

Idaho Parks and Recreation Department 24 

Idaho Trails Coimcil, Inc 23 

Iditarod Trail Blazers 9 

Iditarod Trail Conunittee 8 

Illinois Department of Conservation 25 

Illinois Association Snowmobile Clubs 24 

Illinois Department of Transportation 25 

Illinois Trailriders 24 

Illinois-Missouri Trails Coalition 6 

IMBA, Rhode Island Fat Tire Association 57 

Indiana 4 Wheel Drive Association 26 

Indiana Department of Natural Resources 27 

Indiana Department of Transportation 27 

Indiana Horse Council 26 

Indiana Off Road Association 26 

Indiana Snowmobile Association 26 

Indiana University of Permsylvania Orienteering Club 55 

Indianapolis Hiking Club 26 

International Association of Runners and Walkers 3 

International Llama Association 3 

International Mountain Biking Association 3 

International Snowmobile Industry Association 3 

Iowa Department of Transportation 28 

Iowa Horse Council 27 

Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation 27 

Iowa State Snowmobile Association 27 

Iowa Trails Council 27 

Iron Horse Trail Lake Park 39 

Israel Trails Committee 95 

—J— 

Jackson Coimty Recreation Trail 28 

Jackson Ski Touring Foundation 41 

Jamul Trails Council, Inc 13 

Jefferson Memorial Forest - Trail Committee 30 

JPL Trailbuilders 13 



— K— 

Kachemak Heritage Land Trust 9 

Kansas Canoe Association 29 

Kansas Department of Transportation 29 

Kansas Horse Council 29 

Kansas Trails Council, Inc 29 

Kansas Wildlife and Parks 29 

Katy Trail Coalition 38 

Katy Trail Sedalia 38 

Kekekabic Trail Club 36 

Kennebec Valley Tourism Council 31 

Kennebec Valley Trails, Inc 30 

Kentucky Department of Parks 30 

Kentucky Department of Transportation 30 

Kentucky Horse Council 29 

Kentucky Trails Association 29 

Kettle Range Conservation Group 65 

Keystone Trails Association 53 

Klamath Basin Snowdrifters 53 

Kona Hiking Club 23 

— L— 

La Canada Flint Ridge Trail Council 13 

Lafayette Trails Subcommittee 13 

Laguna Mountain Volunteer Association 14 

Lake Champlain Paddlers Trail 62 

Lake County Rail Trails, Inc 21 

Lancaster Hiking Club 55 

League of American Bicyclists 3 

Leave No Trace, Inc 4 

Lebanon Valley Rails-To-Trails 55 

Lehigh Valley ATV Association 55 

Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation 4 

Libertyville Trail 25 

Linn County Trails Association 28 

Lone Star Cyclist 59 

Long Distance Paths Advisory Service 96 

Long Distance Walking Routes Committee 95 

Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference 47 

Long's Peak Trail Breakers 18 

Los Angeles Wheelmen 14 

Louisiana Department of Transportation 30 

Louisiana Division of Outdoor Recreation 30 

Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancy 30 

Lower Appalachian Mountain Club 8 

Lutsen-Tofte Tourism Association 37 

— M— 

Madeline Island Wilderness Preserve 68 

Maine ATV Association 30 

Maine Bicycle Trails Association 31 

Maine Department of Transportation 31 

Maine Equine Advisory Council 31 

Maine Island Trail Association 31 

Maine Snowmobile Association 31 

Maine Trails Advisory Committee 31 

Malibu Trails Association 14 



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Marion County Trail 66 

Mary Ingles Trail Blazers 66 

Maryland Department of Natural Resources 33 

Maryland State Highway Department 33 

Mason-Dixon Trail System, Inc 55 

Massachusetts Audubon Society 33 

Massachusetts Department of Environmental Management 34 

Massachusetts Highway Department 34 

Mat-Su Trails Council 9 

Mazamas 53 

Merrimac Mountaineering Club 34 

Merrimack Valley Trail Riders 41 

Metacomet Monadnock Trail 34 

Methow Valley Sport Trails Association 65 

Metro Dayton Hikers 51 

Metro Parks, Serving Summit County 51 

Michigan Department of Natural Resources 35 

Michigan Department of Transportation 35 

Michigan Mountain Biking Association 35 

Michigan Snowmobile Association 35 

Michigan Trailfmders Club 35 

Midstate Trail Association 55 

Midstate Trail Committee 34 

Midwest Bike Association 6 

Midwest Trail Rider Association 6 

Mill Creek Lxx)p Trail 55 

Minneapolis Municipal Hiking Club 37 

Miimesota - Wisconsin 6 

Minnesota 4 Wheel Drive Association 36 

Miimesota 4X4 High Rollers, Inc 36 

Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 37 

Miimesota Department of Transportation 37 

Minnesota Orienteering Club 36 

Minnesota Rovers Outing Club 36 

Minnesota Ski Council 36 

Minnesota Trail Riders Association 36 

Minnisota Parks and Trails Council 36 

Mississippi Bureau of Recreation and Parks 37 

Mississippi State Highways Transportation Planning 37 

Missouri Department of Natural Resources 38 

Missouri Highway and Transportation Department 38 

Missouri Trails and Streams 38 

Mohonk Preserve 47 

Montana Conservation Corps 38 

Montana Department of Transportation 39 

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks 39 

Montour Trail Council 55 

Moon Saddle Bicycle Club 23 

Moriah Brook Trail 31 

Mormon Trail Association 7 

Morris Parks and Land Conservancy 43 

Motorcycle Industry Coimcil 4 

Mountain Bike Association Of Arizona 10 

Mountain Laurel Trail Association 19 

Mountain Trails Foundation 61 

Mountaineering Club of Alaska 9 

Mountaineers Tacoma Branch 65 

Mountains To Sound Greenway 64 

Mt. Rogers Appalachian Trail Club 63 

Mt. Rogers Applachian Trail Club 59 



Mt. Shasta Sno-Mobilers 14 

— N— 

Nantahala Hiking Club 49 

Naperville Saddle Club 25 

Narragansett Bay Wheehnen 57 

Natchez Trace Trail Conference 37 

National Association of State Trail Administrators 4 

National ATV Owners Association 4 

National Audubon Society - Vermont State Offtce 62 

National Frontier Trails Center 38 

National Handicap Sports 4 

National Horse Lovers Association 4 

National Off-Road Bicycle Association 4 

National OHV Conservation Council 4 

National Pony Express Association 7 

National Pony Express Association - Utah Division 61 

Native Trails, Inc 4 

Natural Bridge Appalachian Trail Club 63 

Nebraska Department of Roads 39 

Nebreiska Game and Parks Commission 39 

Nebraska State Snowmobile Association 39 

Nebraska Trails Council 39 

Nevada Department of Transportation 40 

Nevada State Parks 40 

Nevada Trails Coalition 40 

New England 4-Wheelers Club, Inc 6 

New England Mountain Bike Association 6 

New England Trail Riders 6 

New England Trails Conference 6 

New Hampshire Department of Transportation 41 

New Hampshire Division of 41 

New Hampshire Heritage Trail Advisory Committee 40 

New Hampshire Horse and Trail Association 40 

New Hampshire Horse Council 40 

New Hampshire Snowmobile Association 40 

New Jersey Cycling Conservation Club 42 

New Jersey Department Environmental Protection 43 

New Jersey Department of Transportation 43 

New Jersey Horse Council 42 

New Jersey Snowmobile Council 42 

New Jersey Trails Council 42 

New Mexico Highway and Transportation 44 

New Mexico Highway Dej)artment 44 

New Mexico Horseways 44 

New Mexico State Parks and Recreation 44 

New Mexico Volimteers for The Outdoors 44 

New Orleans Bicycle Awareness Committee 30 

New York Bicycling Coalition 45 

New York Department of Transportation 48 

New York Hiking Club 45 

New York Horse Council 45 

New York Ramblers 45 

New York Snowmobile Coordinating Group 46 

New York State Horse Council 46 

New York State Trails 48 

New York State Trails Council 46 

New York/ New Jersey Trails Conference 42, 45 



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Nez Perce National Historic Trail Foundation 7 

Niagra Frontier Bicycle Club 47 

Nordic Voice 24 

North American Trail Ride Conference 4 

North Augusta Trail 58 

North Bend Rails-To-Trails Foundation 66 

North Carolina Department of Transportation 49 

North Carolina Division of Parks and Recreation 49 

North Carolina Trails Association 49 

North Coast hiland Trail Conservancy 51 

North Country Trail Association 4, 35 

North Dakota Parks and Tourism Department 49 

North Fork Trails Network 18 

North Shore Bicycle Trail 25 

North South Trail Council 58 

North Twin Trail 41 

North View Trails Committee 61 

Northeast Arkansas Striders 11 

Northeast Ohio Council - American Youth Hostel 51 

Northeastern Illinois Association of Snowmobile Clubs 25 

Northern San Diego County Regional Trails 14 

Northern Virginia Trail Riders 63 

Northwestern Ohio Rails-To-Trails 51 

— o— 

Ocean Coimty Hiking Club 43 

Ocean Nature and Conservation Society 43 

Octorara Area Trail Society 56 

Odgen East Bench Trails Coxmcil 61 

Ogden Trails NetwOTk 61 

Ohio ATV Association 50 

Ohio Department Natural Resources 51 

Ohio Department of Transportation 51 

Ohio Horse Council, Medina County Chapter 50 

Ohio Horseman's Council, Inc 50 

Ohio State Snowmobile Association 50 

Ohio to Erie Trail 50 

Ohio Trails Council 50 

Okie Dirt Riders 52 

Oklahoma Bicycle Society 52 

Oklahoma Department of 52 

Oklahoma Department of Transportation and 52 

Oklahoma Earthbike Fellowship 52 

Oklahoma Equestrian Trail Riders 52 

Oklahoma Trails Association 52 

Old Dominion Appalachian Trail Club 63 

Openlands Project - Greenways 25 

Orange County Recreation Trails Committee 14 

Oregon ATV Association 52 

Oregon Califonua Trail Association 7 

Oregon Cycling 52 

Oregon Department of Transportation 53 

Oregon Equestrian Trails 52 

Oregon Horsemen's Association 52 

Oregon Off-Highway Vehicle Association 52 

Oregon Parks and Recreation 53 

Oregon Trail Coordinating Council 52 

Oregon/California Tails Association 61 

Organization for Action For Riverfront 47 



Orienteering Cincinnati 51 

Oroville Bicycle Advisory Board 14 

Outdoor Club of South Jersey 43 

Outing Club at Virginia Tech 63 

Overmountain Victory Trail Association 6 

Oxon Hill Bicycle and Trail Club 32 

Ozark Greenways, Inc 38 

Ozark Highlands Trail Association 11 

Ozark Society, Inc 11 

— P— 

Pacific Crest Trail Association 7 

Palatine Trail 25 

Pahnetto Trails 58 

Partnership for the National Trails System 4 

Pass Trails Association 14 

PATH Foundation 22 

Paulinskill Valley Trail Committee 43 

Pebble Beach Riding and Trails Association 14 

Pennsylvania Bureau of State Parks 57 

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 57 

Pennsylvania Rails-To-Trails 53 

Peimsylvania Trail Riders Association 53 

Perry To Rippey Trail ( 28 

Pikes Peak Area Trails Coalalition 18 

Pima Trails Association 10 

Pimiteoui Trail Association 25 

Pittsford Trail System 47 

Placer Bikeways and Trails 14 

Pony Express Trail -Nevada 40 

Pony Hollow Trail 28 

Portl2ind Trails 31 

Potomac Appalachian Trail Club 63 

Pound Your Truck OfTRiders Association 68 

Quantico Orinteering Club 63 

— R— 

Raccoon River Valley Trail 28 

Rails-To-Trails Blair County 56 

Rails-To-Trails Coalition of Kansas 29 

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy 5, 35 

Rails-To-Trails Conservancy - Florida 21 

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy - Illinois Chapter 24 

Rails-To-Trails of Ohio 50 

Rails-to-Trails of Peimsylvania 53 

Rails-To-Trails Withlacoochee 21 

Rail-Trail Council of North East Pennsylvania 56 

Ramona Arabian Horse Association 14 

Ramona Trail Club 14 

Ramona Trails Association 14 

Rawlins Rough Riders Snowmobile Club 69 

Red Rock Pathways 10 

Redmond Trails Committee ....65 

Republican River Canoe Trail 29 

Rhode Island Departmait of Transportation 58 



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Rhode Island Division of Planning and Design 58 

Rhode Island Federation of Riding Clubs 57 

Rhody Rovers Motorcycle Club 57 

Richland County Trail 51 

Rim Benders Motorcycle Club 38 

Rim Riders 15 

Rip Van Winkle Hikers 47 

River To River Trail Society 25 

Rivers Edge Trail 39 

Road Runners Club of America 5 

Roanoke Appalachian Trail Conference 63 

Roaring Run Trail 56 

Rockland Harbor Trail Coalition 31 

ROMP 15 

— s— 

Sacramento Bicycle Hikers 15 

Sacramento Wheelmen 15 

San Diego County Trails Council, Inc 15 

San Francisco Bay Trail 12 

San Gabriel Mountains Trail Builders 15 

San Miguel County Trails Council 18 

Santa Clara Valley Horsemen's Association 15 

Santa Cruz County Cycling Club 15 

Santa Cruz Moimtains Trail Association 15 

Santa Fe Trail Association 7 

Santa Monica Mountains Trail Council 15 

Sauk Trail (Carroll County Section) 28 

Sauk Trail (Sac County Section) 28 

Save Barton Creek Association 60 

Save The Luce Line Committee 37 

Schuyekill River Greenway Association 56 

Schuylkill Conservation District 56 

Schuylkill River Development Council 56 

Scioto Bicycle Path 51 

Seneca Valley Sugar Loafers 32 

Shanksmare 56 

Shell Rock River Trail 28 

Shorewalkers Inc 47 

Sierra Adventures 15 

Sierra Club 7 

Sierra Club - Alabama Chapter 8 

Sierra Club - Allegheny Group 56 

Sierra Club - Baton Rouge Group 30 

Sierra Club - Finger Lakes Group 47 

Sierra Club - Grand Canyon Chapter 10 

Sierra Club - Houston Group 60 

Sierra Club - Illinois Chapter 24 

Sierra Club - Lone Star Chapter 59 

Sierra Club - Mackinac Chapter 35 

Sierra Club - Metro Regional Outing Program 63 

Sierra Club - Midwest Office 7 

Sierra Club - Nevada Group 12 

Sierra Club - New Jersey Chapter 42 

Sierra Club - North Jersey Group 43 

Sierra Club - Outings Department 5 

Sierra Club - Ozark Chapter 38 

Sierra Club - Redwood Chapter 15 



Sierra Club - San Diego Chapter 15 

Sierra Club- Santa Ana Mountains Chapter 16 

Sierra Club - South Carolina Chapter 58 

Sierra Club - Toiyabe Chapter 40 

Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition 16 

Skyliner Hikmg Club 10 

Sled Dog Marathon Headquarters 37 

Snowgoers 69 

Somers Trails Association 19 

Somerset County Hikers 43 

Somerset Horse and Pony Association 43 

South Australia Recreation Institute 95 

South Carolina Department of Highways 58 

South Carolina Parks, Recreation, and Tourism 58 

South Carolina River Trails 58 

South Dakota Department Game, Fish, and Parks 59 

South Dakota Horse Council 58 

South Dakota Snowmobile Association 58 

South Dakota Trail Riders 58 

South Wayne Trail Riders Association 56 

Southampton Trails Preservation Society 48 

Southern Indiana Hiking Club 26 

Southern Maine Volkssport Association 31 

Southern Michigan Orienteering Club 35 

Southern New England Trails Conference 6 

Southern Tier Bicycle Club 48 

Southern Wisconsin Experienced Area Riders 68 

Specialty Vehicle Institute of America 5 

St. Ignatius Hiking Club 59 

State of Washington 66 

SuUivan County Rails-To-Trails 48 

Summit Huts Association 18 

Superior Hiking Trail Association 36 

Susquehanna Appalachian Trail Club, Inc 56 

Susquehanna Valley Orienteering 56 

Susquehannock Trail Club 56 

Svenska Turistforeningen 96 

Swiss Trails 96 

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Taconic Hiking Club 48 

Tahoe Rim Trail Fund, Inc 16, 40 

Taku Conservation Society 9 

Tallahassee-St. Marks Trail 22 

Te Papa Atawhai 95 

Team Evergreen Bicycle Club 18 

Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation 59 

Tennessee Department of Transportation 59 

Tennessee Eastman Hiking and Camping Club 59 

Tennessee Trails Association 59 

Texas Department of Transportation 60 

Texas Endurance Riders Association 60 

Texas Parks Greenways Program 60 

Texas Trails Association 60 

Texas Trails Network 60 

The "400" State Trail 68 

The Bear Project, Inc 69 

The Conservation Fimd 5 



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The Hiking Federation of South Africa 96 

The Mountaineers 64 

The Ramblers Association % 

The Rancho Simi Trailblazers 16 

The Skirmydippers 48 

Three Rivers Trail 28 

Tidewater Appalachian Trail Club 64 

Trail Center 16 

Trail Mix, Inc 9 

Trail of Tears Association 7 

Trail Riders of Today (TROT) 32 

Trail Runners Ltd 68 

Trails Club of Oregon 52 

Trails For New Jersey 42 

Trancas Riders and Ropers 16 

Trans Canada Trail Foundation 95 

Transcontinental Trail Association 5 

Transplant Trotters 51 

Tread Lightly 5 

Triangle Greenways Council 49 

Triangle Rails-To-Trails Conservancy 49 

Tri-County Corridor Trail 68 

Triple Cities Hiking Club 48 

Tri-Town Hikers 48 

TROTS 19 

Truckee River Bicycle Trail-Parks and Recreation 16 

Tucson Orienteering Club 10 

— u— 

U.C. Mountaineering Club 51 

Uncompahgre Riverway 18 

Union County Hiking Club 43 

Upper Valley Land Trust 62 

Utah ATV Association 61 

Utah Department of Transportation 61 

Utah Division of Parks and Recreation 61 

Utah Historic Trails Consortium 61 

Utah Horse Council 61 

Utah Mountain Bike Association 61 

Utah Snowmobile Association 61 

Utah Trails Council 61 

Ute Pass Trails Corridor Committee 18 

—V— 

Valley Spokesmen 16 

Valley Stream Hiking Club 48 

Vermont Agency of Transportation 62 

Vermont Association of Snow Travelers 62 

Vermont ATV Riders Association 62 

Vermont Division of Recreation 62 

Vermont Horse Council 62 

Vermont Off-Road Cycle Association 62 

Vermont Trails and Greenways Council 62 

Virginia Bicycle Federation 63 

Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation 64 

Virginia Department of Transportation 64 

Virginia Horse Council 63 

Virginia Trails Association 63 



Volunteers For Outdoor Colorado 17 

Vulcan Trail Association 8 

— w— 

Wanderbirds Hiking Club 32 

Wasatch Mountain Club 61 

Washington Area Bicycle Association 20 

Washington Baltimore and Aimapolis 32 

Washington Department of Transportation 66 

Washington Trails Association 64 

Washington Water Trails Association 64 

Weld County Four Wheelers 18 

West Alton Trail 38 

West Milan Trail 41 

West Texas Trail Walkers, Inc 60 

West Virginia Scenic Trails Association 66 

West Virginia Department of Transportation 67 

West Virginia Development Office 67 

West Virginia Mountain Bike Association 66 

Western Connecticut Orienteering Club 20 

Western Maine ATV Association 31 

Western States Endurance Run 16 

Western States Trail Foundation 7 

Whatcom Mountain Peddlers 66 

Wheeling Bicycle- Jogging Path 66 

Whitewater Valley Wanderes 26 

Willow Glen Trails Committee 16 

Wihnington Trail Club 20 

Wiimakee Land Trust 48 

Winnebago County Conservation Board 28 

Winter Park Fat Bicycle Club 18 

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources 68 

Wisconsin Department of Transportation 68 

Wisconsin Go Hiking Club 67 

Wisconsin Ofiice of Highway Safety 68 

Wisconsin Representative 67 

Wisconsin Snowmobile Council 67 

Wisconsin State Horse Council 67 

Wisconsin State Trails Coimcil 67 

Wissahickon Valley Watershed 57 

Wyoming Department of Transportation 69 

Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites 69 

Wyoming Trail Coimcil 69 

Wyoming Trails Coalition 69 

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Yakima Greenway Foundation 66 

Yakima Valley Audubon Society 66 



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